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Uranium production output for the first 8 months announced28 сентября 2011, 23:35

Estimated uranium production output in 2011 stands at 19 800 tons. For the first 8 months Kazakhstan produced a total of 12 284 tons of uranium, Profinance.kz quoted the Press Service of KazAtomProm National Nuclear Company September 28. According to the Press Service, Kazakhstan accommodates 21 uranium mines and meets 30% of the global demand for uranium. KazAtomProm is Kazakhstan's major exporter of uranium and its compounds, rare metals, nuclear fuel for nuclear power stations, special equipment, technologies and dual-usage materials. Early this year KazAtomProm Chairman Vladimir Shkolnik briefed that the overall uranium production in 2010 made up 17803 tons. And KazAtomProm sold 9000 tons of uranium oxide concentrate, 33% up against 2009. In February 2011 President Nazarbayev announced that in future Kazakhstan would be able to supply up to 40% of uranium imported to China. Tengrinews.kz reported earlier that uranium production output in Kazakhstan in the H1 2011 had made up 9 148 tons, 9% up against the like period of 2010.

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