3 Tons Added to Iran's Annual Gold Ingot Output Capacity

Zar-Kouh Mining Company in the western Kurdestan Province of Iran has launched a new gold mine, which is expected to add 3,000 kilograms to the country’s total annual gold ingot output capacity.
President inaugurated the Sari-Guni Mine via a videoconference on Tuesday, Shata reported.
The new mine has been implemented with an investment of 3 trillion rials ($12.76 million) and is said to have employed 350 people.
Speaking at the inaugural event, President Rouhani said Iran’s gold ingot output has registered a 14-fold jump in the past seven years. 


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