Mysterious case of Toshiba Inc’s heart attack and its CEO. Could it be a conspiracy for global nuclear security ?

June 1, 2005: British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) plans to sell Westinghouse, Fifteen bidders quickly whittled down to four.

August 13, 2006: Toshiba has sold 10% of its majority share in Westinghouse to Kazatomprom, the Kazakh state-owned uranium producer. The sale will reduce Toshiba’s debt levels and open new markets to Kazatomprom.

October 16, 2006: Toshiba acquires westinghouse for $5.4 Billions

2010: Westinghouse announced involvement in a new, ultra-large forging press in the UK to be built at Sheffield Forgemasters in Yorkshire; took a major stake in Springfields Fuel Limited in the UK. 

2010: Westinghouse moved world headquarters from Monroeville, Pennsylvania, to Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania.

February 24, 2010: Japan offers to enrich uranium for Iran: report

March 11, 2011: Fukushima Tsunami

2012:  Construction of a Georgia nuclear power plant stalled for eight months as engineers waited for the right signatures and paperwork needed to ship a section of the plant from a factory hundreds of miles away.

January 1, 2015: Theresa May’s political adviser Nick Timothy writes article against China Involvement in Hinkley Point C

March 29, 2016: Toshiba’s Westinghouse filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

August 13, 2016: Kazatomprom buys into Westinghouse

June 15, 2016: David Cameron has resigned

December 6, 2016: S. Korea’s KEPCO named preferred bidder for Toshiba’s UK nuclear unit

December 8, 2016: Ex-Toshiba president Nishida, named in damages suit, dies at 73

January 8, 2017: Brookfield to buy Westinghouse’s global nuclear business in $4.6-billion deal

January 21, 2017: Trust banks plan to sue Toshiba over 2015 accounting scandal

January 28, 2017: Toshiba is set to sell a majority stake in its NAND flash-memory

March 29, 2017: Toshiba has opened the door to selling its majority stake in NuGen

 

 

 

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