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Extension of Lucky Invest’ lead-zinc deposit concession

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The concession agreement for the Govedarnika deposit, located in the Plovdiv region, was signed in 2000. Lucky Invest is a unit of local mining company KCM 2000.

Bulgaria’s government said that it will extend by ten years its concession agreement with Lucky Invest for the lead-zinc ore deposit Govedarnika.

The extension was requested by the company in view of the significant resources remaining at the deposit, the government said in a statement following its weekly meeting.

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