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Ore

A division of the Danish krone, Norwegian krone, or Swedish krona. The ore is worth 1/100 of one unit of each currency.
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The Hajigak iron ore deposit, about 130 kilometres west of Kabul, was discovered with the help of Italian government about 50 years ago.
Zhou, number 10 on the Forbes China Rich List in 2008, told the newspaper the mine has estimated iron ore deposits of 1 billion tons, of which 747 million have been verified.
According to him, the new deposits that would be launched, the iron ore deposits have an annual capacity of some 0.
The Western Cluster Iron Ore Deposits includes the Mano River Iron Ore Deposits, the western portion of Bomi Hills Iron Ore Deposits and the Bea Mountains Iron Ore Deposits.
Our cooperation has broad prospects, since the Russian investor is interested in developing other ore deposits in Armenia as well," added Arzakantsyan.
Though lizardite deposits are numerous across the North, two years ago the exploration and mining company discovered what is believed to be the only known asbestos-free and non-toxic serpentine ore deposit in North America.
On November 7th, 2005, the Company announced the results of a Scoping Study ("the Study") on the Bloom Lake Iron Ore Deposit completed by Mr.
Gold Fields and GoldQuest agree that the aim of this agreement is to discover and develop a major economic ore deposit that meets the tonnage and grade criteria of Gold Fields and that the development and operating of any such new deposit will be undertaken by Gold Fields.
The drilling results obtained confirm the nature of the known mineralization and are being integrated in the ore deposit database.
TORONTO -- Consolidated Thompson-Lundmark Gold Mines Limited (TSX VENTURE:CLM) ("CLM" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that it has received the final report of the Scoping Study ("the Study") on the Bloom Lake Iron Ore Deposit from Breton Banville & Associates ("BBA").
Geologists from University of Tasmania's ARC Center of Excellence in Ore Deposits (CODES) have developed a time curve series to show the variation of gold concentration in the ocean over that enormous length of time.
Dacic stated he met during his stay in New Orleans with officials of companies interested in investing in Serbia, pointing out Freeport, which is already surveying ore deposits in Bor, east Serbia, Chevron, which is interested in oil shales deposits, and General Electric, which could invest in the Serbian railways.