Future Structure of the Uranium Enrichment Industry: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, First (-[second]) Session ...
U.S. Government Print., 1975 - Uranium industry
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Page 1089 - of such proceeds shall not be subject to apportionment under the provisions of section 665 of title 31. 31 USC 866(d)--Precludes the use of corporate funds for financing any private audit. If such an audit is necessary to enhance the marketability of the enrichment corporation's bonds, specific authority will be needed. 31 USC 850, 851—Provides for an annual audit of