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Rosatom Eyes Ukraine Assets

Rosatom seeks to merge assets with Ukraine by year-end, deputy chief executive Kirill Komarov said Monday.

Turboatom, Ukraine's nuclear machinery maker, is one of the assets under review, Komarov said. Deloitte & Touche is valuing possible assets, he said.

Russia and Kazakhstan may also combine nuclear assets, Komarov said. Rosatom has hired international appraisers to value its uranium enrichment facility in the Ural Mountains, in which Kazatomprom plans to acquire a stake, he said.


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