The history of the Philippines’ failed nuclear plant

The only nuclear power plant in the Philippines, Battan Power Plant 100 kilometers northwest of Manila, is a symbol for the failure of the country nuclear ambitions and also for corruption, overpricing and bribery. Watch an excerpt of the movie War By Other Means by US journalist John Pilger on Bataan.

 



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The only nuclear power plant in the Philippines, Battan Power Plant 100 kilometers northwest of Manila, is a symbol for the failure of the country nuclear ambitions and also for corruption, overpricing and bribery. Watch an excerpt of the movie War By Other Means by US journalist John Pilger on Bataan.  

The only nuclear power plant in the Philippines, Battan Power Plant 100 kilometers northwest of Manila, is a symbol for the failure of the country nuclear ambitions and also for corruption, overpricing and bribery. Watch an excerpt of the movie War By Other Means by US journalist John Pilger on Bataan.

 



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