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Kyrgyz state seized control of the lucrative Kumtor mine from the Canadian firm Centerra Gold

Seven months after the Kyrgyz state seized control of the lucrative Kumtor mine from the Canadian firm Centerra Gold, the company has confirmed that it finally...

Kyrgyz authorities and the state-imposed “external management” continue to claim the mine is operating normally

Canada’s Centerra Gold has said that the flagship Kumtor gold mine—seized from the company by the Kyrgyz government in May—underperformed the 2021 mine plan for...

EBRD has announced its support for nuclear remediation works in Min-Kush in the Kyrgyz Republic

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has announced its support for nuclear remediation works in Min-Kush in the Kyrgyz Republic. Min Kush...

China’s Zijin Mining says a parliamentary delegation has praised its operations in the Kyrgyz Republic

It said last week the MPs visited its Taldybulak Levoberezhny gold mine, operated by Zijin's local affiliate Altynken. The mine was the second largest in...

Talas Gold Mining Complex in Kyrgyzstan launched

The Jerooy deposit located in Talas Region in northwestern Kyrgyzstan has estimated reserves of nearly 90 tonnes of gold and about 25 tonnes of...

Chaarat Gold gets positive feedback from newly formed Kyrgyz government

Chaarat Gold is a gold mining company which owns the Kapan operating mine in Armenia as well as Tulkubash and Kyzyltash gold projects in...

Kyrgyzstan revives claims against Centerra Gold

The previously withdrawn-but-revived claims relate to 2016 and 2017. They include $106-million for withholding taxes paid to its parent company and $17-million related to...

Kyrgyzstan banned foreign mining companies from large projects

The Kyrgyz economy is heavily reliant on gold mining, mainly on that which takes place at Kumtor. Kyrgyzstan’s new president, the populist Sadyr Japarov, has...

Chaarat set to pursue gold opportunities in Kyrgyz

Aim-listed gold miner Chaarat Gold, which operates the Kapan mine, in Armenia, and is developing the Tulkubash project in the Kyrgyz Republic, sees potential...
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