African Copper’s Q3 Output Jumps 47 Percent

Mining Weekly reported that African Copper’s output for the third quarter 2012 rose by 47 percent, mostly due to a push in production at their Botswana-based Mowana and Thakadu mines.

As quoted in the market report:

African Copper acting CE Jordan Soko said the company was on track to achieve record copper production this year as mine plans continued their successful implementation, resulting in increased throughput, efficiency and plant use.

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