U.S. buys ultraviolet light from ultraviolet corporation

The U.K. and the U.N. announced a $8 billion agreement to purchase ultraviolet light at the beginning of the year, with the U-shaped Atlantic corporation providing the bulk of the supply.

The announcement, which was the first of its kind, follows an earlier agreement last year that included U.A.E.

The U.R.O. was founded in the 1960s to produce ultraviolet light.

The U-shape of the Atlantic corporation, which is based in the Uinta, Idaho, town of Uintaa, is intended to improve its market position.

The deal is expected to add about $1 billion to the UO’s $1.3 billion annual revenue, according to Reuters.

The company also said it is considering expanding its business, with an announcement expected next year.

The deal is valued at about $8.6 billion.