Britain and Japan have signed a framework civil nuclear co-operation pact, agreeing to collaborate on nuclear safety regulations. The agreement reflects Japan's concern for independent, competent, and rigorous regulation of nuclear safety and of enhanced emergency preparedness.
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Building further on positive cooperative policy developments from July of 2009, the 55th Annual Regular Session of the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA) General Conference concluded last Friday with the United States and Russia making a "commitment to supporting the safe and secure expansion of civil nuclear energy."
World Nuclear News reports bilateral nuclear cooperation between Australia and Russia is in force.
The uranium demand surge is attributed to a number of buyers believing that the market price has reached the bottom and endeavoring to acquire material in anticipation of a future price increase.
UPI.com reports Prime Ministers of Canada and India have announced that Canada & India have signed an agreement for nuclear energy cooperation. The agreement comes 36 years after Canada placed sanctions on India after it exploded an atomic device using materials from a Canadian-made nuclear reactor. India maintained that nuclear material or equipment supplied to the country wouldn’t [...]
World Nuclear News reports Russia and India making new agreements on nuclear power. The two nuclear cooperation agreements were signed in India by Rosatom chief Sergei Kiryenko and Kumar Banerjee, secretary of India’s Department of Atomic Energy, in the presence of the two countries’ prime ministers. Other cooperation agreements, on a Russian satellite navigation system and [...]
Reuters reports India and UK have signed a nuclear accord making way to a ‘Nuclear New Build Conference’ in London between March 1-3. “The agreement really opens the door to a discussion that can begin between some of the best UK-based engineering companies and the nuclear authorities in India. “Given that we in the UK [...]
Middle East Online reports Kuwait and France sign a nuclear cooperation deal. The oil-rich emirate had announced plans to set up a civilian nuclear project mainly to produce power and also established a national committee for the peaceful use of nuclear energy. For complete story, click here.
RIA Novosti reports Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says Moscow’s determination to boost trade with India during a recent visit by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. “We hope we will make a stride forward in all areas of cooperation,” Medvedev told Singh. Medvedev said he expects bilateral trade to rise to $10 billion next year from $5 billion in January-September 2009. [...]
By Melissa Pistilli-Exclusive to Uranium Investing News A look at India’s latest agreements with uranium-rich nations around the globe and China’s swooping up of yet another uranium miner paints a telling picture of the frantic race to secure long-term supplies for a new generation of nuclear power plants. Both India and China have plans to [...]