Iran plans more advanced centrifuges for 2nd enrichment site

Iran plans more advanced

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October 6, 2009 16:32

 
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Iran is planning to install a more advanced type of centrifuge at its newly revealed uranium enrichment site, an Iranian newspaper reported Tuesday, a development certain to add to international concerns about the country's nuclear work. Iranian scientists have carried out research and development in recent months for the new generation of more efficient centrifuges, and most of the machines' components are made domestically, said the head of Iran's nuclear agency, Ali Akbar Salehi, according to the Kayhan daily newspaper. "Over the past months, we have focused on research and development to drive the new machines," the newspaper quoted Salehi as saying.

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