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29/03/2017 Westinghouse files for bankruptcy, in a blow to nuclear industry

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Westinghouse files for bankruptcy protection

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Toshiba's US atomic unit Westinghouse files for bankruptcy protection

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Awaiting economic impact after Westinghouse bankruptcy news

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Toshiba says its future is in doubt

Westinghouse Electric Company LLC is a US-based nuclear power company formed in 1998 from the nuclear power division of the original Westinghouse Electric Corporation. In March 2017, parent company Toshiba announced that WEC would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy because of US$9 billion of losses from nuclear reactor construction projects.
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    • Essentials 

    • History 

    • Sale to Toshiba 

    • Move to Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 

    • 2017 Chapter 11 bankruptcy 

    • 2018 sale to Brookfield Business Partners 

    • Timeline of Westinghouse Electric Company 

    • Association with ViacomCBS 

    • New generation of reactors 

    • Europe 

    • Asia 

    • Africa