Zambia copper output to hit 1.1M tonnes per year by 2015
Jun 05, 2013 | 03:20 PM
| Felix Njini
WINDHOEK, Namibia New mining projects coming online in Zambia will raise the countrys finished copper production to 1.1 million tonnes per year by 2015, down from earlier forecasts of around 1.5 million tonnes, Zambias mines, energy and water development minister Yamfwa Mukanga told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin.
Africas top copper producer expects production to be around 900,000 tonnes per year in 2013, up from 824,976 tonnes per year in 2012.....
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