The International Uranium Market

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The International Uranium Market

By Thomas L. Neff
Ballinger, 1984
360 pp. $32.50

Shortages, glut, political manipulation and worries about security have all marked the international trade in uranium. In this valuable book, the director of the International Energy Studies Program of the MIT Energy Laboratory sorts out these factors, looks closely at the position of a number of countries, and speculates on the future of a market in which supply will exceed demand, costs will vary widely, and governments will continue to be directly involved for as far ahead as anyone can see.

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