Kazakhstan to increase uranium exports to Japan.

By bne IntelliNews March 25, 2010
Kazakhstan plans to increase its uranium exports to Japan and capture 40% of Japanese uranium market up from the present 4%, the Kazakh foreign minister announced. On March 2 Kazakhstan and Japan signed an intergovernmental agreement on the peaceful use of nuclear power where the principles and areas of cooperation in civilian nuclear power engineering were stipulated. Documents signed by Kazakh national atomic company Kazatomprom and Japanese companies expanded the areas of joint operations in the nuclear fuel cycle. Kazakhstan , the worlds leading uranium producer, is interested in obtaining Japanese nuclear power technologies.

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