Tajikistan Metals and Mining

In January-June, Tajikistan reduced gold production by 1.4% year-on-year

In the first six months of 2018, Tajikistan reduced gold production by 1.4% or by about 37 kg compared to the same period last year due to the lack of imports of cyanide from China and the January

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Tajik-Chinese joint venture to build ore-dressing plant on Konchoch by 2020

The Tajik-Chinese company Talco Gold plans to build a mining and processing enterprise on the basis of the gold and silver deposit Konchoch in the Ayni district of the Sughd region worth $200 milli

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Rosgeologiya completes the first stage of the study of promising gold in the Juergen Square.

JSC North Caucasian PGO (Yessentuki, part of the state holding Rosgeologiya) completed the first stage of prospecting for ore gold on the western flank of the Djuargen square.

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In 2017, 5.5 tons of gold produced in Tajikistan

In 2017, Tajik gold mining companies produced 5.5 tons of gold, which is by 11.2% more than in 2016, the Minister of Industry and New Technologies of Tajikistan Shavkat Bobozoda said at the press c

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Tajikistan sets record in coal production

Last year, Tajikistan showed production at the level of 1.7 million tons of coal.

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Within the first 10 months of 2017 the extraction of gold in Tajikistan increases.

In Tajikistan the process of extracting precious metals from the bowels of the republic continues at high rates.

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Tajikistan plans to increase output of aluminum to 300 thousand tons

The Tajik Aluminum Company (TALCO) plans to increase the production of primary aluminum to 300 thousand tons  by 2020, the official representative of the company Igor Sattarov said.

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Aluminum production at TALKO in Tajikistan falls by a third

The volume of primary aluminum production in Tajikistan fell by 32.3% in the first six months of 2017.

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In H1, Tajikistan increased gold production by 2%

In January-June this year, the gold mining enterprises of Tajikistan produced 2096.4 kg of gold, which is by 2% more than in the same period in 2015, the Minister of Industry and New Technologies o

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China constructs a large enterprise on lead production in Tajikistan

​A large metallurgical enterprise is being constructed in Istiklol, the Sogodiysk region of Tajikistan.
In the north of Tajikistan a Chinese company constructs a large metallurgical plant on lead and zinc production.
The investment into the construction is assessed at $200 mln. After the putting into operation, 1,300 work places will be formed at the plant in Istiklol. According to the local Government, 90% of employees will be the citizens of Tajikistan.
Now about 100 people are working at the site.
Istiklol is located near rich deposits of polymetallic ore. Uranium has been produced there for about 20 years already. Then the production of uranium was shut down.
The Government of China stimulates the transfer of metallurgical capacities to other countries of the world as it is pressurized by the West than accuses China of problems in the world steel market caused by the over production and surplus capacities.
China is negotiating on the construction of its plants with Russia and Kazakhstan and other countries.

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