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Uzbekistan unveils $500 million plans for rare earth materials projects

Uzbekistan's president's press service has announced plans to launch promising projects in rare earth materials with a collective value of $500 million. The country's geological...

Strategic alliance: EU and Uzbekistan tackle critical raw material needs

In the midst of global geopolitical shifts, securing critical raw materials has become a pressing issue for leading nations like the United States and...

China Mining Energy Group ventures into copper mining project in Uzbekistan’s Chust district

China Mining Energy Group is set to embark on a copper mining venture in the Chust district of Uzbekistan’s Namangan region. The partnership is...

Collaboration for sustainable copper smelter: Metso and Almalyk MMC’s venture in Uzbekistan

Metso and JSC Almalyk Mining and Metallurgical Company (Almalyk MMC) have entered into a significant agreement for the supply of process technology for Almalyk...

Global collaboration on critical raw materials: EU and partners forge ahead

A new global forum aims to enhance cooperation in critical raw materials, essential for the world's green and digital transitions. Led by the European...

EU and Uzbekistan sign strategic partnership for critical raw materials

Today, the European Union and Uzbekistan solidified their collaboration by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), initiating a strategic partnership focused on critical raw...

Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Company: Driving Uzbekistan’s economic growth

In 2023, Navoi Mining and Metallurgical Company (NMMC) played a significant role in Uzbekistan's economy, contributing 6.4% to the GDP and accounting for 10.3%...

Exploring mining sector collaborations: British delegation holds discussions in Uzbekistan

On a crisp February morning, a team of British experts embarked on a significant journey to Uzbekistan, marking a pivotal moment in the annals...

The gold mine has been through four stages of development since it was founded and a fifth development phase is currently underway

The Muruntau gold mine, located in the Qizilqum (aka Kyzyl-Kum) desert in Uzbekistan, is the world’s biggest open-cast gold mine. Discovered in 1958, surface...
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