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India’s Nuclear Industry Needs a Jolt

• Modi’s cabinet has approved a plan to build 10 reactors

• “Targets have been set, and they’ve always been missed”

Business has been slow at a Larsen & Toubro Ltd. factory in western India that makes parts for nuclear power plants. The Mumbai-based construction company opened the plant in 2012, hoping to profit from government plans to build more reactors in a country where more than 200 million people lack access to electricity. But most of the

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