Restating the question: "Is nuclear energy a global growth industry?"
The answer would appear to be a moderate 'yes'.
Here's why I say that:
IAEA Issues Projections for Nuclear Power from 2020 to 2050
That acronym stands for "International Atomic Energy Agency".
And the key lead-in states:
"Every year, the IAEA makes low and high projections of global nuclear power generating capacity: this year's low projection indicates 17 per cent growth in world total nuclear power capacity by 2030, while the high projection suggests a 94 per cent growth, i.e. nearly a doubling in global generation capacity. In other words, growth in nuclear power following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident is expected to continue, however at a rate lower than estimated prior to the accident."
So, barring anything else unexpected (which would be unlikely), there should still be more nuclear energy in the future. And I think in places that need it most and which can afford it the easiest. And if the U.S. put a tax on carbon emissions, we could afford more clean energy too.