SHANGHAI, Mar. 10 (SMM) – Copper reserves proven in China’s Zhejiang totaled 41,200 tonnes during the 12th Five-Year Plan period from 2011-2015, www.kq81.com reported.
During the period, a total of 7 huge mineral deposits were discovered in the province. And other resources discovered include 1.01 million tonnes (metal content) of lead and zinc, 1.15 tonnes (metal content) of gold and 1869.92 tonnes (metal content) of silver.
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