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Ariana forecast 47% rise in Kiziltepe gold production Watch here

Ariana forecast 47% rise in Kiziltepe gold production


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Acacia Mining production and revenue fall in first quarter

[Today 13:34]
(ShareCast News) - Acacia Mining issued its first-quarter results on Thursday, reporting that its production tracked full-year guidance during the period, whilst all three operations delivered in line with their respective mine plans. Read More

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