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Gold mining decreased in the Amur region

Gold mining decreased in the Amur region
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At the end of 2020, the prospectors of the Amur Region mined 9,7% less gold. The largest decline was in production at the Albynsky and Malomyrsky mines.

According to the portal NEDRADV, the total production volume exceeded 23,7 tons of precious metal. In 2019, more than 26,2 tons were produced. Most of all, the production of ore gold decreased - the decline was immediately 14%. Placers produced 1% less than last year.

According to the regional Ministry of Natural Resources, the reduction in production is observed primarily at the enterprises of the Petropavlovsk group of companies. At the Malomyrskoye mine, production volumes decreased by 22%, while at the company's second largest mine, Albynskoye, output decreased by 26%. At another mine of the company, Pokrovskoye, the decline was significantly less - only 2%. At the same time, the reasons in the group of companies are not specified.

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