Euratom


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Euratom

(jʊəˈrætəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) short for European Atomic Energy Community; an authority established by the European Economic Community (now the European Union) to develop peaceful uses of nuclear energy
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Euratom

[jʊəˈrætəm] n abbr (=European Atomic Energy Community) → EURATOM m

Euratom

abbr of European Atomic Energy CommunityEuratom f

Euratom

[jʊəˈrætəm] n abbr =European Atomic Energy CommunityEURATOM f
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As the experience of EURATOM shows, the founders of the EURATOM Treaty initially sought to erect a common uranium enrichment plant (or rather, to regionalize the French uranium enrichment plant in construction at Pierrelatte, (13) but they failed to place the management of this enrichment or reprocessing plant under the authority of the EURATOM Commission.
As EURATOM has also signed an agreement with the United States, strengthened cooperation between Japan, the U.
EURATOM has released its 2002 report on inquiries carried out by its European Commission officials tasked with checking the safety and security of nuclear installations across the European Union (EU); although the paper's conclusions was generally satisfactory, it notes a number of problems detected that required resolution.