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States with nuclear power plants 436 nuclear power plants in 30 countries
Argentina (2), Armenia (1), Belgium (7), Brazil (2), Bulgaria (2), China (11), Germany (17), Finland (4), France (58), Great Britain (19), India (18), Japan (54), Canada (18), Mexico (2), Netherlands (1), Pakistan (2), Romania (2), Russia (31), Sweden (10), Switzerland (5), Slovakia (4), Slovenia (1), Spain (8), South Africa (2), South Korea (20), Taiwan (6), Czech Republic (6), Ukraine (15), Hungary (4), USA (104) .

[Source IAEA; Status: March 2010]

States with research reactors 249 research reactors in operation in 56 countries
Egypt (2), Algeria (2), Argentina (6), Australia (1), Bangladesh (1), Belgium (3), Brazil (4), Chile (2), China (17), Germany (10), Finland (1), France (11), Ghana (1), Greece (2), Great Britain (2), India (6), Indonesia (5), Iran (4), Israel (1), Italy (4), Jamaica (1), Japan (15), Canada (8), Kazakhstan (3), Colombia (1), Congo (1), Libya (1), Malaysia (1), Mexico (3), Morocco (1), Netherlands (3), Nigeria (1), North Korea (1), Norway (2), Austria (1), Pakistan (2), Peru (2), Poland (1), Portugal (1), Romania (2), Russia (47), Switzerland (3), Serbia (1), Slovenia (1), South Africa (1), South Korea (2), Syria (1), Taiwan (1), Thailand (1), Czech Republic (3) , Turkey (1), Ukraine (3), Hungary (2), USA (41), Uzbekistan (2), Vietnam (1), Belarus (2)

Three are fast breeders (China, Russia and India). Nine of them are heavy water reactors (Algeria, China, France, India (2), Canada, Norway, Serbia, USA); 12 of these research reactors are currently shut down.

In addition, 3 new research reactors are under construction in France, Jordan and Russia. Another 2 are planned, in Jordan and the Netherlands.

[Source: IAEA; Status: November 2010]

States with uranium mining / processing (Mining and milling)
Argentina (San Rafael), Australia (Beverley, Olympic Dam, Ranger), Brazil (Caetité), China (Benxi, Chonqyi, Fuzhou, Hengyang, Lantian, Tengchong, Yining), India (Mosaboni, Jaduguda), Iran (Saghand, Gchine ), Canada (Key Lake, McArthur River, McLean Lake, Rabbit Lake), Kazakhstan (Centralnoye, Inkai, Katco, Karamurun, Kaskor, Stepnogorski, Stepnoye), Kyrgyzstan (Kara Balta), Mongolia (Dornod), Namibia (Langer Heinrich, Rössing), Niger (Akouta, Arlit), North Korea, Pakistan (Dera Ghazi Khan, Issa Khel), Romania (Feldioara, Suceava), Russia (Streltsovsk), Sweden (Ranstand) South Africa (Doornfontain, Gauteng, Dominion, Vaal Reefs), Czech Republic (Dolni Rozinka), Ukraine (Zheltiye Vody), USA (Ambrosia Lake, Canon City, Crawford, Faustina, Douglas, Karnes County, Kleberg County, Midnite, New Wales, Ticaboo, Southern Powder River Basin, Red Desert, Uncle Sam , Blanding) Uzbekistan (Kyzylkum).

Under construction: Brazil (Santa Quitéria), India (Turamdih), Kazakhstan (Appak, Akdala, Karatau, Ken-Dala, Kizilkum, Zarechnoye), Russia (Khiagda), South Africa (Buffelsfontein, Doornfontain), Syria (Homs).

Planned: Australia (Four Mile, Lake Maitland, Wiluna, Yeelirrie), India (KPM).

[Source: NFCIS; Status: November 2010]