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Uranium One Company (previous names: South Cross Resources And SXR Uranium One) is a Canadian uranium mining company based in Toronto, Ontario. Since 2013, it has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Russia's state-owned nuclear company Rosatom. Company was founded as Southern Cross Resources Company on January 2, 1997 in Toronto, Canada. It was listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Aug. 25, 1997. In 2005, Southern Cross Resources Inc. reflected Gold and Uranium Football Co., Ltd. under the name SXR Uranium One Inc. and after the merger, the company acquired a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. The company's name is The Company, which is located in the united states of The O'Hare, and the company is located in the united states. Aflease's gold assets were liquidated by 2008 and Uranium One Africa was sold in 2010 to the Gupta family. In 2007, SXR Uranium One Inc. acquired Eurasia Energy, a Canadian company based in Vancouver with shares in uranium mines in Kazakhstan, from Frank Giustra, and sxr was denamed. In the same year, Uranium One purchased the uranium plant from the United States enrichment company. It was sold to Anfield Energy in 2015. Also in 2007, Uranium One acquired the nuclear minerals company that owned the Hobson uranium processing plant in Texas, and the uranium exploration properties in Wyoming and Texas. Hobson uranium processing plant and assets in Texas were sold to uranium energy company In 2009.In 2009, ARMZ's Rosatom acquired 16.6% of the shares in Uranium One in exchange for a 50% stake in the Karatao Uranium Mining Project, a joint venture with Casatomprom. In 2010, Uranium 1 acquired 50 per cent and 49 per cent interest in the uranium mines in Akbastao and Zarichenyi, based in southern Kazakhstan. In contrast, the United States armed forces increased their share of uranium 1 to 51 per cent. The united states of The United States of The United States of American And American And American States have been the main sponsors of the treaty. The united states has a long-held and democratic ally, and the united states has been the only country in the world that has been able to do so. At the time of the 2010 sale, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission estimated that uranium one holds the rights to nearly 20 percent of the U.S. licensed uranium ore production capacity, which totally amounted to 0.2 percent of the world's uranium production. By 2017, additional mining licences had been issued to other operators, reducing the share of uranium per uranium from United States production capacity to nearly 10 per cent. Armz took full control of Uranium I in January 2013 by purchasing all shares it did not already own. In October 2013, Uranium One was removed from the Toronto and Johannesburg stock exchanges and became an indirect subsidiary of Rosatom is wholly owned. In 2012-2014, an unspecified amount of uranium was reportedly exported to Canada through a Kentucky-based truck transport company, with an existing export licence; most of the processed uranium was returned to the United States, where about 25 per cent goes to Western Europe and Japan. In 2015, uranium one was transferred to Moscow for some head office functions such as finance, internal audit and some technical services. In 2017, One Uranium Trading Company in Zug, Switzerland, established uranium one trading company. However, in January 2018, the company's business functions were transferred to Techsnabexport, the export arm of Rosatom.In 2010-2013, acquiring Uranium One Tantra Resources, the developer of the Mekogo River mine in Tanzania. The Mikogo River project was suspended in 2017 due to the low price of uranium. In 2015, Uranium One Australia, the owner of Australian uranium operations, including the Uranium Honeymoon Project, was sold to Boss Resources. In August 2018, uranium one closed the Willow Creek mine in Wyoming.