TBEA Will Launch Gold Processing Plant in Ayni

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DUSHANBE(NIAT Khovar) The topic of the Sughd Governor Rajabboy Ahmadzoda and Director of TBEA Dushanbe Mining's discussion centered on the operation of the gold processing plant in the Kumargh settlement in Ayni.

The plant will be open this year with a production capacity of one ton of gold per year. In the first phase, it will employ 200 individuals and for the next two years the number of its employees will increase to 600.

Sughd governor welcomed the company's management initiative and noted that the establishment of the plant will have a positive impact on the process of implementation of the fourth strategic goal, i.e rapid industrialization of the country.

Source: National information agency of Tajikistan

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TBEA Will Launch Gold Processing Plant in Ayni

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DUSHANBE(NIAT Khovar) The topic of the Sughd Governor Rajabboy Ahmadzoda and Director of TBEA Dushanbe Mining's discussion centered on the operation of the gold processing plant in the Kumargh settlement in Ayni.

The plant will be open this year with a production capacity of one ton of gold per year. In the first phase, it will employ 200 individuals and for the next two years the number of its employees will increase to 600.

Sughd governor welcomed the company's management initiative and noted that the establishment of the plant will have a positive impact on the process of implementation of the fourth strategic goal, i.e rapid industrialization of the country.

Source: National information agency of Tajikistan

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