SHANGHAI, May 19 (SMM) - A large tin-rich mineral deposit was recently discovered in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, the Ministry of Land & Resources website says. Proven tin reserves were 83,700 tonnes, with average grade of 0.8%.
There is also proven molybdenum and copper reserves in the deposit. Associated metals include lead, zinc, tungsten, arsenic, bismuth, silver, sulfur, gallium and rubidium.
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