Work on big China copper mine delayed again
Dec 20, 2006 | 08:22 AM
Construction of China's largest copper mine has been delayed until the middle of next year as the development company awaits final government approval.
Work on the Yulong Mine in eastern Tibet is likely to start in May or June rather than at the end of this month, as previously planned, according to an executive from mine operator Yulong Copper Industry Co. Ltd. "Everything is prepared except the....
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