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Kazakhstan’s uranium bank – do we need it?

In an attempt to safeguard fuel supplies for nuclear power stations, the International Atomic Energy Agency has signed an agreement with Kazakhstan to build a low-enriched uranium bank. The country is familiar with the negative effects of nuclear power, so the deal is intended to limit the potential for dangerous nuclear proliferation, and promote a low-carbon future.

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