In 1995, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Canadian company World Wide Minerals (WWM) proposed a business offer to the Government of Kazakhstan. According to it, Kazakhstan had to transfer to the company the mining of the uranium deposits as well as the uranium mining complex and a chemical consortium. In its turn, WWM promised to invest at least 100 million USD for the development of the branch of industry within several years. In addition, it declared its readiness to attract strategic financial and industrial partners and investors and simultaneously – that is important a...
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