Tuesday, May 10, 2011

ARGENTINA - Buenos Aires is not a lender

"Recently our country has been honored with Dilma Rousseff, the new president of Brazil [which took office on January 1, 2011], for his first trip abroad," said Clarín, immediately before s 'question about "the nuclear deal signed between the two countries on this occasion." This provides the common implementation of the engineering of two research reactors and radioisotope production, the Opal reactor model, the Argentine company INVAP, national leader of aerospace and nuclear development, sold with success abroad.

"Both countries have succeeded, each in turn, to make significant progress in the nuclear field, but only Argentina has the skills and resources required to be present on the global market for research reactors and radio production isotopes. "Clarín worried:" It's one thing to sell a reactor 'turnkey', as did the INVAP in other countries, quite another to share a technology that ours.

"For, Clarín, this amounts to facilitate the emergence of a competitor, and in addition to losing the Brazilian market. Is to renounce a rule Argentina vis-à-vis Brazil, as well as a negotiating tool fundamental to the future.

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