September 24, 2009 / 5:22 PM / 8 years ago

Canada and Kazakhstan reach nuclear trade deal

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OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada and Kazakhstan have reached a nuclear cooperation agreement to open up Kazakhstan's civil nuclear market to Canadian uranium and technology suppliers, Trade Minister Stockwell Day said on Thursday.

In a statement, Day said one of the Canadian companies that will benefit from the agreement is Cameco Corp, one of the world's largest uranium producers.

Reporting by Louise Egan; editing by Peter Galloway

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