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AEA

Abbr. for “Aluminum Extruders Association.”
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Last August, former members of the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority attacked the intentions of businessmen which they deemed go against the national interest.
The sales follow an announcement of March 30 that the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority is looking for a buyer for UKAEA Limited.
The UK Atomic Energy Authority hopes to complete the sale by the end of this year, although the Government has said it may retain a stake in the business.
The United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority was penalised over an incident at Dounreay in Caithness.
A notable problem is the owner of the nearby Sandside beach refuses access to UK Atomic Energy Authority inspectors: a mutually acceptable access agreement should be struck, said the Commission.
The website of the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), a nuclear decommissioning organisation in Europe, has been relaunched, produced by Redweb, a digital communications agency.
The authority took over responsibility for policing civil nuclear sites and nuclear materials from the UK Atomic Energy Authority on Friday.
The author is a member of the French Atomic Energy Authority.
The number and identity of the individuals being questioned has not been revealed by the International Atomic Energy Authority, the UN's nuclear watchdog.
The head of the UN inspection team, Hans Blix, together with the International Atomic Energy Authority, were meeting Iraqi officials in Vienna to discuss the arrangements for their return.
The UK Atomic Energy Authority Constabulary will also be authorised to make arrests at ports, airports and railway stations.
Framatome has announced that it has secured two contracts worth a total of Euro 6 million from the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) for the dismantling of the experimental fast-breeder reactor at Dounreay in the far North of Scotland.

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