Decommissioning of 1st nuclear power plant facing major delay
Taipei, Dec. 3 (CNA) Taiwan is scheduled to begin decommissioning the first reactor of its oldest nuclear power plant in New Taipei on Dec. 5 after 40 years of service, but the deadline will not be met because of questions over how to deal with the plant's nuclear waste.
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