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Commenting article: Belgian Elektrabel Quits Bulgaria's Belene Nuclear Plant Project

The Belgian company Elektrabel, a part of the GDF Suez, France-based energy supplier, decided Wednesday to abandon the project for the construction of Bulgaria's second nuclear power plant at the Danube town of Belene.

The news was announced late Wednesday night by the GDF Suez press office, as cited by the Pari Daily.
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#1
Bill - 20 Feb 2009 // 10:19:01

Buddy:

"That means let somebody else get the paper work foryou, permitions etc. and we will participate in the implementation."

That's a lousy translation of "Trittbrettfahrer"! In English, a Trittbrettfahrer is merely a copycat.

#2
Buddy - 20 Feb 2009 // 07:26:19

Yea but the french use their own technology. Look at their safety requirements and implementation.

#3
Buddy - 20 Feb 2009 // 07:23:44

Well the german guys are always satisfied when they can jump on an project. In German its called 'Trittbrettfahrer' . That means let somebody else get the paper work foryou, permitions etc. and we will participate in the implementation.
So the BUlgarian Dunkey did the job fought the idea for a new nuclear plant" for the benefit of South Eastern Europe", and gives now that benefit to the german company. What else could you expect from dish lickers? An future oriented policy? New orientation? No there is only one ally and way, with the Germans on the Back of the Russian... LOL

#4
NellieotAmerica - 19 Feb 2009 // 16:42:54

@Taro

"Well, Nuclear Power isn't clean and cheap at all..."

Yeah, right.....Tell that to the French who get 80% of their electricity from nuclear power plants.

#5
Taro - 19 Feb 2009 // 16:12:09

Well, Nuclear Power isn't clean and cheap at all...

Greets
Taro

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