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Thursday
Dec042014

Business groups want Government to 'get out of the way' of nuclear power

A prominent business group is urging the Federal Government to "get out of the way" of nuclear power becoming a reality in Australia.

The call comes after the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister reignited the debate about nuclear power in Australia.

The peak business group in South Australia, Business SA, is pushing for a debate to be held on the merits of building a nuclear power reactor in the state.

The organisation's chief executive, Nigel McBride, has welcomed the comments from senior figures within the Federal Government.


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