Uranium sales to Indonesia

Hamilton, Clive
July 1996
Chain Reaction;Jul96, Issue 75, p32
Cites the sale of uranium to Indonesia by Australia. Concern over nuclear power plants in Indonesia; Plans of Indonesia to build nuclear power plants; Details on the nuclear power program in Indonesia. INSET: No popular supprt for nuclear program..


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