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By Jaylan Boyle, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - A second Brazilian power station is to be built in the northeast of the country, at an as yet undisclosed location close to the coastline between the cities of Recife and Salvador, confirmed the president of the state-owned company Brazilian Electronuclear, Orthon Luiz Pinheiro da Silva. The announcement was made at a recent joint public hearing held by the Committee for Environment, Science and Technology.

The northeast station is to be the next of three nuclear facilities Brazil plans to construct, with no details yet available on the third facility other . . .

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