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"Restoration of production will make Kipushi the world's highest-grade major zinc mine"

Ivanhoe Mines executive chairman Robert Friedland says negotiations are underway to “launch a new era of commercial production” at what he says will be the world’s highest-grade major zinc mine.

"Restoration of production will make Kipushi the world's highest-grade major zinc mine" "Restoration of production will make Kipushi the world's highest-grade major zinc mine" "Restoration of production will make Kipushi the world's highest-grade major zinc mine" "Restoration of production will make Kipushi the world's highest-grade major zinc mine" "Restoration of production will make Kipushi the world's highest-grade major zinc mine"

Welding an underground rock crusher to prepare for a return to operation

Ivanhoe has started refurbishing the Kipushi mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo it holds in a joint venture with state-owned miner Gécamines (32%), which ran the mine for 69 years until it was

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