Kazakhstan’s Kazatomprom Pays $41 Million in Dividends to Parent

Kazatomprom, Kazakhstan’s state-owned uranium mining company, paid 6.1 billion tenge ($41 million) in dividends to parent National Wellbeing Fund Samruk-Kazyna.

Kazatomprom kept the balance of its 40.7 billion tenge 2009 net income, the Astana-based company said in a statement published on Kazakhstan Stock Exchange website today.

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