Kyrgyzstan to auction antimony site

By Myles McCormick
Published: Thursday, 10 September 2015

The central Asian state will later this month auction off an isolated site in the western part of the country containing antimony, silver and gold reserves.

The Kyrgyzstan State Agency for Geology and Mineral Resources has announced it will auction off a mining licence for a deposit containing antimony reserves of 7,231 tonnes later this month.

Bidding for the subsoil exploitation license for block 17 of the southern part of the Terek-Say antimony deposit site is...

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