- UK government plans new controls on foreign investment in critical infrastructure
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- Does the government's announcement in relation to the Hinkley Point C project have wider implications for investments in UK infrastructure?
- What do the announced 'reforms' mean in practice?
Environment analysis: The UK government has approved the controversial Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant. Tim Briggs, James Quinney and Patrick Mitchell, partners at Herbert Smith Freehills, consider the wider implications of this decision for investments in UK infrastructure.
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