Tajikistan Metals and Mining

In 2014 the aluminum production in Tajikistan to be reduced by 30%.

In 2014 the primary aluminum production in Tajikistan is planned at the amount of 150 thousand tons, Negmatjon Buriev, First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Tajikistan.
According to him, compared with the production results in 2013, the production decrease of primary aluminum is projected at 66.4 thousand tons in 2014.

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In 2013, Tajikistan increased coal production by 25%

In 2013, Tajikistan increased coal production by 25% to 518,000 tons; in 2011, coal yield was 412,000 tons. Last year coal sales were over 482,000 tons, by 58,000 tons more than in 2012. Stored coal reserves are 78,000 tons.
Coal production has increased in the state due to transition of large industrial enterprises from gas to coal. Since 2007, their number has reached over 150 enterprises. Coal production is performed by 162 enterprises now.  
Translated by Nadezhda Poltoratskaya

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In 2013, volume of gold production in Tajikistan grew by 11.4%

In 2013, volume of gold production in Tajikistan increased by 11.4% as compared with the previous year, made up 2 674.5 kg of precious metal, Tajikistan’s Minister of Industry and New Technologies Shavkat Boboev reported on Friday.

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Tajikistan expects gold production growth by 24.5% in 2013

The mining companies of Tajikistan forecasts gold production increase by 24.5% to 3 tons, silver production by 13.2% to 2 tons in 2013 against 2012, the Ministry of Energy and Industry of the republic states.
Such enterprises as “Zarafshon”, “Aprelevka” and Odina” will contribute to a growth of precious metal production.

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RusAl gain $275 mln in court from Tajik “Talko”

The Swiss Arbitration Court ruled that the Tajik aluminium plant (Talko) is to pay out $275 million to Hamer Investing Ltd, UC RusAl’s subsidiary, for the incurred loses, inclusive all legal costs, is said in a statement of UC RusAl.
The payments include $112.7 million (the cost of alumina and other raw materials, supplied by Hamer Investing to Talko on partnership basis in 2003), loss of opportunity (shortfall in profits) at $147 million and legal costs at about $14.56 million.

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