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Small Lead-Zinc Mines Bear the Brunt of Explosive Transport Moratorium for Inner Mongolia’s 70th Anniversary, SMM Reports 
Aug 10,2017 17:24CST
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Explosive transportation is forbidden during early and mid-August in Inner Mongolia due to a celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, SMM

SHANGHAHI, Aug. 10 (SMM) – Explosive transportation is forbidden during early and mid-August in Inner Mongolia due to a celebration to mark the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, SMM understands.

Local small lead-zinc mines are affected, while large ones are barely impacted due to sufficient explosive and raw ore inventories, SMM survey finds.

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Inner Mongolia has abundant lead and zinc resources. Local zinc production totals 1.60 million tonnes per year.

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The celebration for the 70th anniversary took place on August 8. 

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