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Japan Atomic Power and Marubeni Reach MOU with the Kazakhstan National Nuclear Center.

Tokyo, Feb 18, 2013 - (JCN) - The Japan Atomic Power Company and Marubeni Utility Services, Ltd., signed a Memorandum of Understanding with National Nuclear Center of Republic of Kazakhstan (NNC) toward the introduction of a nuclear power plant in Kazakhstan.

The Memorandum sets out the areas of technical cooperation for a study on the introduction of a nuclear power plant, promoted by the government of Kazakhstan, following a "Cooperation Agreement for LWR Nuclear Power Plant Introduction in Republic of Kazakhstan" signed among the Japan Atomic Power Company, the NNC and other relevant organizations at a joint public-private sector delegation in April 2007.

Based on this MOU, the companies will cooperate and support the comprehensive preparation and the human resources development for the Introduction of a Nuclear Power Plant Project Introduction in Kazakhstan.

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Date:Feb 19, 2013
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