South Korea is leading the way in terms of their government backing the state sponsored nuclear industry. A Korean consortium consisting of Dooson, Hyundai and Samsung operate South Korea's 20 or so nuclear reactors, according to the Economist. They offer a complete nuclear package that includes, building the plants, running the plants and finding fuel for them all at a fixed price.

This pack is helping them to win contracts, which included a $40 billion contact in the UAE. The additional money will increase revenue and profits for the companies involved, while also increasing the Korean currency as demand for their countries services increases. … "Government Backing of Nuclear Industry" has a significant impact, so an analyst should put more weight into it. "Government Backing of Nuclear Industry" will have a long-term positive impact on the this entity, which adds to its value. "Government Backing of Nuclear Industry" is an easily defendable qualitative factor, so competing institutions will have a difficult time overcoming it.