Canada to up exports of uranium to China

April 2014
World Mining News;4/17/2014, p1
The article reports on the increase uranium export to China by Canada to satisfy its growing nuclear demand as of April 17, 2014. Topics discussed are mentioning Canada as global second largest natural uranium provider, collaboration of Candu Energy Inc. and China National Nuclear Corp. on developing an Advanced Fuel Candu Reactor which can work on recycled uranium as well as thorium and importance of Candu Reactor in increasing the efficiency of uranium use.


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