KSA launches SR1.2bn Najran mining project
- Saudi Arabia: Sunday, October 07 - 2012 at 09:21
Saudi Arabia has announced the launch of a new mining project in the southern parts of the kingdom at a total cost of SR1.2bn ($320.12m), Arab News has reported. The Great Mining Factories in Thar, in the Najran Province, which was completed in the third quarter of 2011, has started production of copper, zinc, gold and silver, said Najran governor, Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah. According to Talal Al-Shaer, chairman of Great Mining Factories Co, the mine has a reserve of 4.9 million tonnes of minerals with a copper content of 21.1% and zinc 23.4%.
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