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Russia's 1st Uranium Delivery to Germany, Sweden
Energy

Russia's 1st Uranium Delivery to Germany, Sweden

Techsnabexport, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Russian state company Rosatom, has made a pilot shipment of uranium products to Germany and Sweden through the Baltic Sea port of Ust-Luga, RT reported. Techsnabexport supplies about a third of foreign-made nuclear reactors’ need for enriched uranium. It sells its product to over 30 companies in 16 countries.

 

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