India Closer to Implementing Nuclear Pact With U.S. - WSJ.com: "MUMBAI—The U.S. and India have completed an agreement allowing India the right to reprocess nuclear fuel it imports from the U.S., removing one key hurdle to the implementation of a landmark nuclear-energy deal the countries signed in 2008.
The latest pact makes India just one of three international parties Washington has allowed to reprocess its nuclear fuel. Japan and a consortium of European countries are the others.
'This important step is part of the great, win-win narrative of the U.S.-India global partnership,' said Timothy Roemer, U.S. Ambassador to India. 'These arrangements will help open the door for U.S. firms in ..."
Monday, March 29, 2010
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