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Zijin Mining’s copper blending expansion: China’s growing dominance on the global stage

China's leading mining company, Zijin Mining Group, is poised to launch its latest copper concentrate blending facilities in Dongfang city, Hainan province, by the...

Zijin Mining: “We are the first in Serbia to apply the SA 8000 standard”

As stated, this standard regulates the absence of child and forced labor, occupational health and safety, freedom of association and the right to collective...

China approves $2.4 billion expansion for Julong copper mine, world’s largest copper operation

China has greenlit a CNY17.5 billion (USD2.4 billion) plan to expand the Julong copper mine in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, which will make it the...

European lithium mines, Reconciliation of mining projects and environmental requirements

Europe’s Green Transition, a plan to make the bloc’s economy climate neutral by 2050, required Serbia’s fertile Jadar Valley, where locals grow raspberries and...

Zijin triples production at Serbian copper complex

Bor, in north-eastern Serbia, is one of the country’s most polluted cities. While local people protest their toxic air and water, Chinese mining company...

Zijin Mining project is one of the many highly polluting Chinese investments

China’s Zijin Mining is polluting a village in southeastern Europe’s Serbia without permits, local consent or transparency, an environmental activist group claims. Bor, in northeastern...

Zijin investing in water supply in Serbian village

New Zijin’s project in Serbia will provide clean drinking water to all households in the village Metovnica by the beginning of November 2021. This...

Zijin expects huge net profit jump

Chinese mining giant Zijin Mining owns significant mining investment projects in 12 overseas countries and 14 provinces in China. It is one of the...

Zijin Copper in Serbia wants to be an example of green mining

The filtration system has already been put into operation at the Serbia Zijin Copper mine, which returns 95 percent of the process water back...
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