Japan-led Turkish nuclear plant project mired in cost overruns

TOKYO — A Japan-led nuclear power plant project in Turkey looks to cost more than twice as much as initially projected, highlighting challenges for Tokyo’s push to export Japanese infrastructure. The Japanese and Turkish governments agreed on the public …
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