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Reuters Africa reported that an anticipated increase in gold output means Kazakhstan will begin building another gold refinery next year.

Reuters Africa reported that an anticipated increase in gold output means Kazakhstan will begin building another gold refinery next year.

As quoted in the market news:

State miner Tau-Ken Samruk will run the refinery, which will have capacity to produce 25 tonnes of bullion per year and could cost up to $30 million to build.

Click here to read the full Reuters Africa report.

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