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Japan Joins UAE's Nuclear Cooperation Queue as South Korea Builds First Reactor


Industry Segment: Energy | Word Count: 348 Words

JOHANNESBURG--May 6, 2013--Written by Richard Finlayson, Senior International Editor for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--You could say that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is getting its nuclear power ducks in a row. The country already has signed nuclear cooperation agreements with the U.S., South Korea, France, Canada, Russia and Argentina. Last week, it signed a cooperation agreement with Japan on the peaceful uses of nuclear energy, which clears the way for the transfer of nuclear materials, technology and related items between the two countries.

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