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Thursday
Oct022014

Bolivia to kick off nuclear energy program in 2014

President Evo Morales said Thursday that Bolivia will launch its civilian nuclear energy program this year, a project that will include the construction of plants in the western province of La Paz and an investment outlay of more than $2 billion through 2025.

Morales, who made the announcement during the signing of a contract with a Spanish company for the construction of a hydroelectric power plant, reiterated that the program is for "peaceful ends."

"A country that has energy (self-sufficiency) is a free country. It's an independent country. The best way for us to become free as well is having nuclear energy for peaceful ends," he added.

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