Nuclear Fuel Market: Kazatomprom Unphased in Wake of Social Unrest

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Supply from the world’s largest uranium-producing country has so far gone mostly unscathed by the massive protests that spread across Kazakhstan in the first week of the year, although that civil unrest may be far from over. That means that supply chain disruption remains a risk for buyers and Kazatomprom’s joint-venture partners.

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