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India does not disclose uranium annual production

AtomInfo.Ru, PUBLISHED 01.12.2014

The Government of India will not disclose data on uranium production in this country, based on the "public interest."

The government gave this response to a request from the lower house of the Indian Parliament.

Moreover, the government did not feel able to disclose details about the uranium ores' grades.

The response explains that uranium corporation (UCIL) is currently developing seven deposits in the state of Jharkhand. Preparations are under way for the industrial production of uranium for another four deposits in three other states.

The developing deposits in the state of Jharkhand - Jaduguda, Bhatin, Narwapahar, Turamdih, Bagjata, Bandhuhurang, Mohuldih.

Topics: Uranium, Asia, India

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