SHANGHAI, Nov. 26 (SMM) - In China’s 12th Five-Year Plan period, Inner Mongolia discovered 3 million tonnes of zinc reserves, according to gtzyb.com.
Other metal resources found include 637,300 tonnes of copper, 1.43 million tonnes of lead, 65,000 tonnes of tungsten trioxide, 5,000 tonnes of tin, 724,000 tonnes of molybdenum, 49.26 tonnes of gold, 4,441 tonnes of silver, 80,000 tonnes of nickel, 4,000 tonnes of cobalt, 61 tonnes of germanium and 1,500 tonnes of gallium.
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