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Convention on Supplementary Compensation / CSC definition

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What does Convention on Supplementary Compensation / CSC mean?

The Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage was first adopted on 12 September 1997 but only came into force on 15 April 2015 three months after Japan had deposited its instrument of approval with the IAEA which took installed capacity under the CSC over the required threshold of 400,000 units. Current signatories to the CSC include Argentina, Canada, Ghana, India, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, Romania, the United Arab Emirates and the United States.

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