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Montenegro pressures Swiss company to address zinc mine project concerns

It appears that the Montenegrin government has issued an ultimatum to Tara Resources, a Swiss company, regarding the Brskovo Zinc Mine project in Mojkovac....

Montenegro holds off on Tara Resources concession decision amid legal scrutiny and citizen backlash

The decision to terminate the concession agreement with the Swiss company Tara Resources, which was supposed to open the Brskovo mine in Mojkovac, will be delayed, according...

Tara Resources disputes a governmental ruling in Montenegro, putting forth arguments supported by evidence

The arguments proposed by the working group for terminating the concession agreement that the state has with the company Brskovo Mine are factually inaccurate, do not...

Assessment underway for Montenegro’s primary zinc mine: Working group scrutinizes future prospects of the Brskovo project

The Brskovo project will be one of the biggest zinc mines in Europe, according to its owner, Swiss-based Tara Resources. However, it has been...

The start of operation of the Brskovo mine is important for the Montenegro

The start of operation of the Brskovo mine is important not only for the local community, but also for the entire country, which is...

Montenegro, Tara Resources invested EURM 25 in the Brskovo zinc mine

EUR 25 million has been invested in the Brskovo mine so far, 550 people will be employed in it during operation, and more than...

One of the future largest zinc mines in Europe located in Montenegro

CEO of Tara Resources, Richard Boffey believes that together with the local community, they can significantly contribute to increasing employment and bring economic benefits...

Coalmine Pljevlja in Montenegro recorded higher net profit in 2019

Pljevlja coalmine’s operating income reached 47.17 million euros at the end of December 2019, which is by 9.1 % more than in in 2018,...

Montenegro ore processing and export

Exports of the metal sector in Montenegro since the beginning of the year amounted to 84.1 million euros, which is 28 percent share in...
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