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A map showing countries which have or had commercial nuclear power stations.
countries building its first reactors
countries building new reactors
countries planning/considering its first reactors
countries planning/considering new reactors
countries with reactors, but no plans for expansion or phase-out
countries with reactors considering phase-out
countries which formerly had commercial reactors, but which have all been phased out
countries without commercial reactors
countries declared itself free of nuclear power and weapons
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