By Giselda Vagnoni ROME, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Italy is set to sign a nuclear cooperation deal with the United States to enrol U.S. companies to help build nuclear power stations after a 22-year ban, Economic Development Minister Claudio Scajola told Reuters. Scajola, who travels to the United States next week, said he and U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu would sign an accord for nuclear energy research and development cooperation and a declaration to encourage joint efforts to build ...
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