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One Subsidiary of Xingye Mining Gets Mining Permit
Aug 2,2017 11:44CST
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Yinman Mining, wholly-owned by Inner Mongolia Xingye Mining, is fully operational after getting safety production permit.

SHANGHAI, Aug. 2 (SMM) – Yinman Mining, wholly-owned by Inner Mongolia Xingye Mining, is fully operational after getting safety production permit.

The mine will produce tin ore with grade at 0.9%, copper with grade at 0.38%, silver with grade at 1500g/t, zinc with grade at 1.5-2% and lead with grade at 0.3%.

The grades of tin, silver, zinc and copper increase 50%, 36%, 119% and 90% respectively, which will reduce cost and enhance profitability.

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