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India-U.S. nuclear deal a "breakthrough" - Westinghouse CEO

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – A commitment by India to channel immediate costs from any nuclear accident to a power plant’s operator represents a “breakthrough,” the head of U.S. nuclear power station maker Toshiba-backed Westinghouse told Reuters on Monday. Speaking after the leaders of India and the United States struck a summit deal on civil nuclear cooperation, CEO Daniel Roderick said he was looking for more clarity on how a nuclear liability insurance pool proposed by India would work. (Reporting by Douglas Busvine; Editing by Roberta Rampton)

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