Manmohan Singh and then U. President George W. Bush , under which India agreed to separate its civil and military nuclear facilities and to place all its civil nuclear facilities under International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA safeguards and, in exchange, the United States agreed to work toward full civil nuclear cooperation with India. In its final shape, the deal places under permanent safeguards those nuclear facilities that India has identified as "civil" and permits broad civil nuclear cooperation, while excluding the transfer of "sensitive" equipment and technologies, including civil enrichment and reprocessing items even under IAEA safeguards. The U.
U.S. - India: Civil Nuclear Cooperation
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A new accord signed in Dec with Russia gives India freedom to proceed with the closed fuel cyclewhich includes miningpreparation of the fuel for use in reactors, and reprocessing of spent fuel. Led by the U. However, due to the size of the Indian economy and its relatively large domestic sector, these sanctions had little impact on India, with Indian GDP growth increasing from 4. Bush and Singh issue a joint statement on their growing strategic partnership, emphasising their agreement on civil nuclear cooperation. In recent years, India has shown increased interest in thorium fuels and fuel cycles because of large deposits of thoriumtonnes in the form of monazite in beach sands as compared to very modest reserves of low-grade uranium 92, tonnes.
India–United States Civil Nuclear Agreement
In recent times, Indo-U. However, India —— to U. Instead, New Delhi has pursued ties with nations adversarial to the U. Given this policy schizophrenia, Indian policymakers and commentators often deem the U.
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