RUSAL, the world's third largest aluminium producer, and Russia's Federal Atomic Energy Agency (ROSATOM) have signed a memorandum of cooperation outlining their intention to develop and construct aluminium and energy producing facilities.

The Memorandum outlines agreement on shared research into long-term investment projects, including the creation of new atomic power stations, the modernization of existing atomic facilities and the prospects for further co-operation within the frameworks of

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