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Friday, May 6, 1977
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PARIS (P) - France an-
nouneed yesterday it has de-
vised a new way to enrich uran-
ium for power plants that elimi-
nates the risk that the material
could be used for nuclear wea-
The disclosure may remove a
potential source of conflict be-
tween President Carter and
some U. S. allies at the London
summit this weekend..
If such a process proves prac-
tical, it could help prevent the
proliferation of atomic arms to
non-nuclear nations, a concern
frequently stressed by Carter.
ANDRE GIRAUD, general ad-
ministrator of the French Atom-
ic Energy Agency, announced
the development of the new
technique at a meeting of the
French Council for External
He said it has "the advantage
of permitting production of
slightly enriched uranium suit-
able for supplying nuclear gen-
erators, without being able to be
used in practice as the highly
enriched uranium employed for
Giraud gave no details of the
process, and a spokesman for
the agency refused to elaborate.
The spokesman said Giraud
planned a news conference Fri-
day at an atomic energy confer-
ence in Salzburg, Austria, where
he would explain "the condi-
tions through which the process
could be the basis for interna-
Philip Keith, a spokesman for
the U. S. delegation at the Salz-
burg conference, said the dele-
gation did not yet know the de-
tails of the French process, but
"we are, of course, very inter-
ested in this and happy about
everything that helps nonprolif-
The U. S. government has op-
posed the export of nucleas
technology to non-nuclear states
when the equipment sold would
facilitate the production of
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