Nuclear Fuel Market: Two Juniors at Odds Over Proposed Merger

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Rising inflation and supply chain constraints may not present the best climate for juniors hoping to bring their assets into production, but it could drive further consolidation within their small circle. This week, however, a move in that direction went up in smoke as two juniors — Deep Yellow and Vimy Resources — publicly aired grievances over the way an acquisition proposal by Deep Yellow was handled.

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