Minmetals Invests More than $600M for Tungsten, Tin, and Bismuth

- May 21st, 2010

China Minmetals Corporation, a Chinese metals and mineral trading company, has signed an agreement with the Chenzhou city government to pursue its plan to spend $659 million for a five year exploration of rare earth minerals like Tungsten, Tin, and Bismuth in Hunan province.
According to Xinhua, Chenzhou which is located in southern Hunan and bordering […]

China Minmetals Corporation, a Chinese metals and mineral trading company, has signed an agreement with the Chenzhou city government to pursue its plan to spend $659 million for a five year exploration of rare earth minerals like Tungsten, Tin, and Bismuth in Hunan province.

According to Xinhua, Chenzhou which is located in southern Hunan and bordering Guangdong, has the most Tungsten, Bismuth, Tin, and Zinc.

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