Canadian Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver said today the nuclear-cooperation agreement between the two countries signed in 2010 has come into effect. The pact allows Canadian companies to sell uranium and other nuclear supplies to the world’s 10th-largest economy for civilian use.
The Canadian government said in April nuclear-safety authorities in the two nations had reached an agreement that governs how the exports will be monitored.
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