Repairing power plants, cables viable way to help N. Korea: think tank

Yonhap
Lee Joon-seung
8/13/2007

Repairing North Korea’s existing power generation infrastructure is an effective way to help North Korea cope with its chronic power shortage, a South Korean state-run think tank said Monday.

The Korea Energy Economic Institute (KEEI) said refurbishing North Korea’s existing infrastructure may be a more effective way to boost electric power than building new thermal generators and nuclear reactors.

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