UK puts a £3bn price tag on Urenco stake

April 2013
Daily Mail;4/ 1/2013, p60
THE Government is hoping to raise up to £3bn this year by selling its one-third stake in Urenco, the uranium enrichment company it co-owns with Germany and the Netherlands.


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