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China Newly Found Copper Reserves Fall Over 50% in 2015
Apr 6,2016 16:25CST
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China’s discovered 2.27 million tonnes (copper content) of copper ore in 2015, down 50% compared with 2014, according to news.163.com.

SHANGHAI, Apr. 6 (SMM) - China discovered 2.27 million tonnes (metal content) of copper ore in 2015, down 50% compared with 2014, according to news.163.com.

Other newly found mineral resources include 5.64 million tonnes (metal content) of zinc ore, 4.28 million tonnes (metal content) of lead ore, 1.19 billion tonnes of iron ore (metal content) and 959,000 tonnes of molybdenum ore (metal content).

Newly discovered gold ore was 1,307 tonnes, up over 50% from 2014, and 190 million tonnes of bauxite (metal content) was found. 

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