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Kores moves ahead with Corocoro copper project in Bolivia

October 11, 2011 - 15:06 GMT Location: São Paulo

KEYWORDS: Comibol , Kores , copper , Corocoro , Bolivia , South Korea

South Korea’s state-owned Korea Resources Corp (Kores) is moving ahead with exploration works at the Corocoro copper deposit in Bolivia and plans to carry out metallurgical tests and begin a pre-feasibility study

The company has invested about $7 million in two years on geologic mapping, a topographic survey and 32,000 metres of drilling works. A further $3 million will be spent on the metallurgical tests and pre-feasibility study, which are both expected to be...

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