Around 5,590 tons of uranium was produced in Kazakhstan in second quarter of 2013, which exceeds the same period of 2012 by 9 percent.
Kazakhstan produced 10,569 tons of uranium in the first half of 2013. The World Nuclear Association reports 58,394 tons of uranium produced for 2012. Kazakhstan produced 21317 tons of uranium in 2012. Kazakhstan is on track to produce over 23000 tons of uranium in 2013.
World uranium production seems to be on track to 62000-63000 tons for the year in 2013
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