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Copper Production of Turkey is Expected to Increase in 2018

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The first copper production in our country was realized by German B. Siemens in 1905, at Kuvarshan Copper Mine in Artvin. The company stopped operations in 1917 due to World War I. The Kuvarshan Copper Mine resumed its operation in 1937 while in 1939, Ergani Copper Business was taken over by Etibank. From that day…

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