Egypt is Nuclear Now
By Micah Halpern
Monday January 28, 2008
Egypt has announced that they will start taking bids on a new nuclear reactor.
The announcement came on Saturday, bids will be taken in February.
The expected cost of the nuclear reactor is between $1.5.-$1.8 billion US.
Abdel Mohsen Morsi Metwalli the director of nuclear engineering at Alexandria University said "the offer is open to all countries."
That means that France, Russia and Iran will bid to build the Egyptian reactor.
The big question now is who will control the future of the region.
The glass ceiling is about to be broken in the Middle East.
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