The demand for uranium looks dicey, given the deteriorating economics of new nuclear projects and an aging reactor fleet–they estimate that some 40% of operating reactors will be decommissioned by 2035, with fewer new units brought online to replace them.
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Kazakhstan has chosen August 29 for the opening ceremony of the first Low Enriched Uranium Bank (LEU Bank), being established in Kazakhstan under the auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). August 29 also marks the International Day against Nuclear Tests as designated by the United Nations and this year on that day it is also the 60th anniversary session of the Pugwash movement of scientists aimed at nuclear disarmament.
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