Protests against fuel price hikes sparked a week of unrest in Kazakhstan, resulting in dozens of deaths and a spike in the cost of uranium.

The country is the world's largest producer of the metal.

David Horgan of Petrel Resources looks at what the unrest will mean for the economy in Kazakhstan.

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