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Henan Calls off Approval for Certain Underground Mines, Decides 30 Forbidden Mining Areas
Jul 26,2017 10:02CST
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Recently, Henan Province has issued a string of important reforms on mining rights and production safety.

SHANGHAI, Jul 26 (SMM) - Recently, Henan Province has issued a string of important reforms on mining rights and production safety.

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The province suspended approval for underground mines with depth of more than 1,000 meters and mining rights for bauxite and pyrite mines below 300,000 tonnes. It also determined 30 areas where mining operation is forbidden. 

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