China’s Haicheng, Xiuyan to cut magnesite mining rights in new consolidation drive

By Carrie Shi
Published: Thursday, 02 September 2021

The local government in the city of Anshan, in China’s Liaoning province, has pushed forward its plan for the consolidation of the magnesite industry in Haicheng and Xiuyan, and was expected to eliminate 26 awards of magnesite mining rights, according to official news on Thursday September 2.

Anshan’s Natural Resources Bureau was said to have made further progress on consolidation in magnesite - a raw material for magnesia production - in Haicheng city and Xiuyan county, the production hubs for magnesia, by reducing the number of mining rights awarded to local companies to 37 from the previous 63.

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