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MOSCOW, September 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Rusatom Overseas, a unit of Russian nuclear power corporation Rosatom, will receive a 49% stake in India’s Gamma Tech to jointly build irradiation sterilization centers in the country, Rusatom Overseas said late Thursday.
The companies plan to open first two pilot irradiation centers in the Tamil-Nadu state. Further centers will be opened in the Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra states.
The centers will carry out sterilization of food and medical purpose products via ionizing radiation.
Now Rusatom Overseas is finishing building two irradiation sterilization centers in Russia.