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15 July 2020 08:32
(Sharecast News) - Tajikistan-focussed mineral exploration and mining company China Nonferrous Gold has extended the repayment period for loans in place with CNMC Trade Company, it announced on Wednesday,...
24 February 2020 10:44
(Sharecast News) - Mineral exploration and mining company China Nonferrous Gold, which is currently mining the Pakrut gold project in Tajikistan, released its annual gold production from Pakrut for 2019 on...
16 November 2018 08:05
(Sharecast News) - Mineral exploration and mining company China Nonferrous Gold updated the market on operations at the Pakrut gold project it was currently mining in the Republic of Tajikistan on Friday.
20 June 2018 10:37
(Sharecast News) - Mineral exploration and mining company China Nonferrous Gold announced on Wednesday that its subsidiary LLC Pakrut has signed a contract for the first-stage mining project with Wenjian...
15 June 2018 12:00
(Sharecast News) - China Nonferrous Gold on Friday authorised its subsidiary Kryso Resources to enter a supplementary consultancy contract for tailing ponds at its projects in Tajikistan.
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