THE EUROPEAN Commission has proposed an up-dating of the EU's "dual-use" regulation which controls the export by Member States of certain products and technologies sold to legitimate customers but which could be used for unlawful purposes. The list, which runs to more than 200 pages, covers a range of nuclear materials, facilities and equipment ranging from reactors to computer software and including natural or depleted uranium, plants designed for the fabrication of nuclear reactor fuel elements and test, inspection and production equipment. ...

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