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KGHM to Get Relief from Lower Mining Tax in 2017
Sep 14,2016 18:55CST
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Poland may lower mining tax for KGHM in 2017, according to wenhua.com.

SHANGHAI, Sep. 14 (SMM) - Poland may lower mining tax for KGHM in 2017, according to wenhua.com.

Poland may significantly lower mining tax for KGHM next year, said Dawid Jackiewicz, the country’s Minister of Treasury. The mining tax may be even canceled, and it is only a matter of time.

KGHM, one of the largest producers of copper and silver in the world, expects its copper output at the Chilean unit at 110,000 to 120,000 tonnes this year.

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