Non-US uranium developers welcome Trump decision to leave market alone

URANIUM developers outside the US have been buoyed by US president Donald Trump’s decision to not impose tariffs or quotas on imports of the energy commodity into the North American powerhouse, with Vimy Resources Mike Young saying it was the “starting gun to the uranium revival”.

Non-US uranium developers welcome Trump decision to leave market alone Non-US uranium developers welcome Trump decision to leave market alone Non-US uranium developers welcome Trump decision to leave market alone Non-US uranium developers welcome Trump decision to leave market alone Non-US uranium developers welcome Trump decision to leave market alone

While the future is not as bright as it may have been in the short term for the Mesa operation in the USA, developers elsewhere around the globe are very happy with the US president's decison not to impose tariffs or quotas on non-US uranium production

Vimy further said the decision was "a very positive outcome for the Australian uranium industry as any sort of tariff or quota would have been prejudicial to uranium sales within the US market which