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  • Analysis on copper mining trends in Zambia MINING

    Copper production in Zambia, a mineral-rich Southern African country may not reach the projected two million metric tons at the close of this year after all because of a number of factors, not least the continuing drop in prices of the red metal on the international market, according to sources Tuesday.

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  • Zambian gov't to increase mines ownership to 35% MINING

    Reuters reported in January that Zambia wants to double the mining sector's contribution to GDP to 20% from the current 9-10%, as a means of plowing more revenues from natural resources into government coffers. Copper is the economic lifeblood of Zambia and a key employer in the country of 13 million people.

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  • Zambia Country mining guide KPMG US

    copper deposits. Zambia was the worlds sixth largest copper producer in 2011 with 715,000 tonnes Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) The direct contribution of mining to the economy is low and its impact on the

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  • Report No. 62378-ZM Zambia What Would it Take

    Copper has for many years played an important role in Zambias economy, and the performance of the economy has followed the fortunes of copper mining closely. This report investigates the role copper mining could play in achieving the governments objectives of increasing economic growth and jobs in the future.

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  • Analysis on copper mining trends in Zambia MINING

    Hence the mining operations of these mining firms in the two provinces are responsible for the expected increase in copper production in Zambia. the investment of the same mining companies which

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  • Making Mining Work for Zambia: Economic, Health

    Jul 14, 2015· The report suggests areas where the government, business community, and civil society can collaborate to enhance the contribution of mining to Zambia. Category Nonprofits & Activism

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  • Mining in Zambia: A History Lesson MACIG

    In 1964 Zambia attained independence from British rule that had lasted for 70 years and in 1969 Zambias first president, Kenneth Kaunda, announced the nationalization of Zambias copper mines. At the time, the mines were producing 700,000 mt/y of copper and contributing over 50% of government revenue.

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  • Contribution of mining to the development of Zambia

    Lusaka Zambia: PRESIDENT Lungu says Government is putting in place policies to address the limited contribution of mining to national development so that citizens can

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  • Positive refined copper outlook ahead for Zambia says

    In combination with the Chambishi smelter, Zambia has a total of four copper smelting operations, giving it a combined smelting capacity of up to 1.2 Mt of refined copper per year, the largest in Africa.

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