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Beowulf Mining Still Waiting For Kallak North Concession In Sweden

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Beowulf Mining PLC Thursday said it has continued to urge government officials in Sweden that the company’s application for an exploitation concession for Kallak North should be reviewed further but said its environmental work is of sufficient quality.

source: lse.co.uk

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