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Bulgaria intends to ask the European Commission for either the double of the 550 million in financial compensation or the re-opening of two reactors at the nuclear power station in Kozloduy, announced the Bulgarian Minister for the Economy and Energy,aRumen Ovcharov. A sum of approximately 1 billion will be "reasonable compensation for not being able to re-open the reactors," he said on national radio. Bulgaria was forced to close two of the six reactors at its only nuclear power station just prior to its accession to the EU. The Commission offered 550 million for closing...

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