The Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) sent a statement to the Jordan Times saying the Jordanian government decided to abandon the deal with Russia over disagreements on its financing. “The Russians requested obtaining loans from commercial banks, which would have increased the cost of the project and the prices of generated electricity. The Jordanian government rejected the proposal”, the statement said. Commercial loans would have made the prices of electricity generated by the proposed nuclear station uncompetitive, JAEC said.

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Published: 14 June 2018