Russia Sign Uranium Supply Deal With South Africa

- August 6th, 2010

Pravda.ru  reports  a uranium deal was signed by Russia with South Africa.

The contract, signed in the Kremlin on Thursday by President Dmitry Medvedev and visiting South African President Jacob Zuma, comes into effect next year.

Sergey Kiriyenko, chief of the Russian atomic agency Rosatom, told that the deal would push Russia to control some 45 percent […]

Pravda.ru  reports  a uranium deal was signed by Russia with South Africa.

The contract, signed in the Kremlin on Thursday by President Dmitry Medvedev and visiting South African President Jacob Zuma, comes into effect next year.

Sergey Kiriyenko, chief of the Russian atomic agency Rosatom, told that the deal would push Russia to control some 45 percent of South Africa’s uranium market, according to BusinessWeek.

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