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Uranium extraction from seawater to secure supply

With the “Hualong One”, China put its first self-developed nuclear reactor into operation in January this year (China.Table reported). It is a milestone for Chinese nuclear technology. But while self-reliance has reached a new level in reactor construction, new dependence looms elsewhere. The country does have uranium reserves – but given the large number of reactors in operation, they are far from sufficient.

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