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Dushanbe, Tajikistan - MINEX Tajikistan 2020 – 18-20 May ...

Tajikistan’s extractive sector is relatively undeveloped. Mining accounted for 22.6 per cent of the total industrial sector in 2017. Tajikistan is rich in over 50 types of natural resources and holds more than 600 deposits discovered during the last

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Tajikistan: Chinese company gets gold mine in return for ...

11/04/2018  Tajikistan: Chinese company gets gold mine in return for power plant TBEA contributed most of the $349 million it cost to build a power plant in Dushanbe. Apr 11, 2018 A company from China has reportedly been granted a license to operate a gold mine in Tajikistan in exchange for building a power plant free of charge in the country’s capital.

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Tajikistan Mining Industry Newswire - EIN Presswire

03/12/2020  DUSHANBE -- Tajik police have used firearms to break up a rare protest by Chinese workers employed by a Tajik-Chinese mining company in the Central Asian nation's northern region of Sughd. Interior...

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Ruby and Spinel in Tajikistan • Moon Over the Pamirs ...

Tajikistan's Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast (GBAO), where both the ruby and spinel mines are found, is a restricted area, requiring a special permit, as shown above. Photo © Wimon Manorotkul/Pala International Now comes the real fun.

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During the Soviet era, uranium ore mined in Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan was milled into yellowcake at the Vostochnyy Rare Metal Industrial Association (Vostokredmet), previously known as the Leninabad Mining and Chemical Combine, in Chkalovsk. This facility was the first uranium processing plant in the Soviet Union. T

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Tajikistan’s largest gold mining operation is located in Sughd Province, with most mines located southeast of Gharm, in the Pamir Mountains, in the Yakhsu Valley, or in Chkalovsk and Jilau. The Tajik-Chinese joint venture Zeravshan produces 70 per cent of all gold in the country, and its annual volume of gold production in 2016 was 3.3. tons.

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The Full Story Behind China’s Gold Mine-Power Plant Swap ...

14/04/2018  In the last couple of days, it was reported that a Chinese company, TBEA, has been granted a license to operate the Upper Kumarg gold mine in northern Tajikistan in exchange for the construction of...

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Dushanbe - Wikipedia

Dushanbe was chosen instead of larger-populated villages in Tajikistan because of its role as a crossroads of Tajikistan for its large market served as a meeting place for much of Tajikistan's population. Along with its market, there was a lively livestock trade as well as trade in fabrics, leather, tin products, and weapons.

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Legal entity to obtain the license: «Tajik-Chinese Mining Company» LLC: Date of license: 08.06.2011 Duration of license: 08.06.2016: Exploration and production: Annual ore production - 328 thousand tons: Address: 22, Lenin str., Zarnissori shimoli, Kairakkum, Tajikistan “Tebian Electric Apparatus Stock Co.Ltd” OJSC: Deposits: Duobai ...

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Silver Lining? Tajikistan defends controversial decision ...

13/10/2019  Tajikistan defends controversial decision to give mine to China. Tajik authorities are defending their decision to give a Chinese company the rights to develop a major silver mine in a move seen by some as great for Beijing but providing unknown benefits to Dushanbe. After less than 30 minutes of debate, the Tajik parliament on October 1 approved a contract signed by the state

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Dushanbe acceded to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) ... Tajikistan stopped mining uranium in 1992, and by law the size of its uranium reserves is considered a state secret. [10] Though the northern region, which includes Chkalovsk, is reportedly depleted of uranium, Tajik officials claim that the Pamir region in the south and east may contain huge uranium reserves ...

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OSCE Office in Tajikistan supports de-mining efforts OSCE

DUSHANBE, 19 April 2012 - As part of a humanitarian de-mining project supported by the OSCE, a mechanical de-mining machine was handed over to the Tajikistan’s Ministry of Defence today at a ceremony in the Engineering Battalion base in Rudaki District, close to Dushanbe.

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Legal entity to obtain the license: «Tajik-Chinese Mining Company» LLC: Date of license: 08.06.2011 Duration of license: 08.06.2016: Exploration and production: Annual ore production - 328 thousand tons: Address: 22, Lenin str., Zarnissori shimoli, Kairakkum, Tajikistan “Tebian Electric Apparatus Stock Co.Ltd” OJSC: Deposits: Duobai ...

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Avocet Mininig secures Nelson shares in Dushanbe New Europe

Nelson Resources Ltd. has reported that it finalised an agreement with Avocet Mining Plc (Avocet Mining) whereby Avocet Mining has acquired Nelson's 44 percent ownership interest in the Zeravshan Gold Company (ZGC) of Tajikistan. The transaction involves the purchase from Nelson of 100 percent of

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COVID and the new debt dynamics of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan

02/10/2020  As with Kyrgyzstan, Dushanbe and Beijing signed their last major loan deal in 2014, with the project – Stage 2 of the Dushanbe No. 2 thermal power station – completed in 2016. Despite extensive Chinese FDI in mining and other ventures with commercial potential, to my knowledge there is no major project currently under construction in Tajikistan directly financed by Eximbank.

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What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Tajikistan ...

05/11/2018  Mining in Tajikistan Precious Minerals. The country has a number of minerals such as gold, aluminum, silver, and many more. In total, at least 400 mineral deposits belonging to around 70 minerals have been found in the country. In addition to all this, there are some uranium deposits that were mined during the Soviet times only. The mining of gold in the country is extremely crucial to the ...

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Tajikistan, "House of Water," Where Half of The Population ...

27/10/2020  And two years ago, the Fergana news agency analyzed t he quality of the multimillion-dollar projects of the water supply system in Dushanbe. It noted that foreign donors allocate millions of dollars for the water supply system in Dushanbe as well as to other cities and regions of Tajikistan. The agency cited excessive spending on foreign experts and transparent conduct of business by local ...

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Tajikistan - MINEX Forum — Mining and Exploration

31/01/2020  Tajik-Chinese Joint Venture (JV) Zarafshon (formerly Zervashan Gold Company), which is the largest gold mining company in Tajikistan, has resumed operations. “The government yesterday issued a decree, under which the company has resumed operations,” Nusratullo Davlatzoda, the head of the Tax Committee under the Government of Tajikistan, told reports in Dushanbe on February 7.

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Tajikistan Dushanbe Khujand Kulob Qurghonteppa

Tajikistan Dushanbe Khujand Vastu in Tajikistan: Vastu shastra is derived from Karma Bhoomi, Bharath (India), this Vastu science existed from centuries back. When we followed the exact Vastu Shastra principles then we can experience some changes in our position. Though this science was derived from centuries back, still this vastu shastra is used by millions and counting still.

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Silver Lining? Tajikistan defends controversial decision ...

13/10/2019  Tajikistan defends controversial decision to give mine to China. Tajik authorities are defending their decision to give a Chinese company the rights to develop a major silver mine in a move seen by some as great for Beijing but providing unknown benefits to Dushanbe. After less than 30 minutes of debate, the Tajik parliament on October 1 approved a contract signed by the state

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Tajikistan: Chinese Company Gets Gold Mine In Return For ...

The newspaper’s source said that the mining license was granted as remuneration for the funds TBEA spent on building the 400-megawatt Dushanbe TETs-2 power plant. Work on that thermal power plant was completed in December 2016 at a total cost of $349 million. Of that overall budget, around $17.4 million were provided by the Tajik government. The arrangement described to Asia-Plus is that ...

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OSCE Office in Tajikistan supports de-mining efforts OSCE

DUSHANBE, 19 April 2012 - As part of a humanitarian de-mining project supported by the OSCE, a mechanical de-mining machine was handed over to the Tajikistan’s Ministry of Defence today at a ceremony in the Engineering Battalion base in Rudaki District, close to Dushanbe.

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Dushambe 2 Coal Power Plant - IndustryAbout

Mining; Textile Industry; Transportation; Wood Paper; Other Sectors ; Dushambe 2 Coal Power Plant Details Parent Category: Tajikistan Category: Fossil Fuels Energy Last Updated on 18 August 2016 Type: Coal Power Plant Area: Dushanbe Kind of Fuel: Coal Power Capacity: 100 MW (2 x 50 MW) Owner: Barki Tojik Shareholders: Government of Tajikistan Activity since: 2014 Contact Coordinates:

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Silver Lining? Tajikistan Defends Controversial Decision ...

04/10/2019  In 2007, China’s Zijin Mining acquired 75 percent of an equity stake in the Zarafshon gold mine in northwestern Tajikistan. The gold there reportedly accounts for more than 70 percent of the ...

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Tajikistan, "House of Water," Where Half of The Population ...

27/10/2020  And two years ago, the Fergana news agency analyzed t he quality of the multimillion-dollar projects of the water supply system in Dushanbe. It noted that foreign donors allocate millions of dollars for the water supply system in Dushanbe as well as to other cities and regions of Tajikistan. The agency cited excessive spending on foreign experts and transparent conduct of business by local ...

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Tajikistan - GRATA International

The Dushanbe office is in close collaboration with GRATA’s lawyers in Central Asian and Caspian jurisdictions. Our client desks in London, New York, and Moscow provide informative support to meet growing demand for investing in Tajikistan. GRATA is a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Tajikistan. Our Tajik-qualified lawyers are ...

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REVIEW OF THE COAL SECTOR IN REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTAN

The coal deposits of Tajikistan have been studied unevenly and to quite low extent. Artisanal mining started in 1901 on the Shurab I area, by 1910 the amount of production reached 15 thousand tons. Until the second half of the 1980s, the coal industry of the republic and its raw material resources base were systematically developed. The fastest ...

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Tajikistan Dushanbe Khujand Kulob Qurghonteppa

Tajikistan Dushanbe Khujand Vastu in Tajikistan: Vastu shastra is derived from Karma Bhoomi, Bharath (India), this Vastu science existed from centuries back. When we followed the exact Vastu Shastra principles then we can experience some changes in our position. Though this science was derived from centuries back, still this vastu shastra is used by millions and counting still.

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There are no other private western clinics in Tajikistan offering health services at international standards. In case of a serious emergency, visitors should contact the U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe. U.S. Embassy in Dushanbe 109 A Ismoili Somoni Ave. Dushanbe, Tajikistan 734019 Tel:

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Project for Improvement of Substations in Dushanbe ...

Energy and Mining Project for Improvement of Substations in Dushanbe . 1)Project Title: Project for Improvement of Substations in Dushanbe. 2) Scheme. Grant Aid. 3) Project Budget: 2,19 billion Japanese Yen (approximately 19,7 mln. USD as of December 2017). 4) Project Duration: June 2017 - June 2019. 5) Target Area: Dushanbe city. 6) Counterpart Agency: Ministry of Energy and Water

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OSCE Programme Office in Dushanbe marks International Day ...

The OSCE is a longstanding partner of Tajikistan in humanitarian de-mining. From 2003 until 2008 the OSCE contributed to Mine Action in Tajikistan in partnership with Swiss Foundation for Mine Action (FSD). From 2009 onwards the OSCE focused in building the national capacity of humanitarian de-mining teams of the Humanitarian Demining Company of the Defense Ministry and the Committee of ...

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Tajikistan’s Coal Dilemma – CABAR.asia

The main conPulverizer for the construction was the Chinese company TBEA. The Dushanbe-2 CHPP has become the main consumer of coal in the country. In order to reimburse the funds spent on the construction of the CHPP, Tajikistan agreed to give the Upper Kumarg and Duoba gold deposits to China, where mining of precious metals started in 2019.

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Coal production volumes in Tajikistan disclosed – MINEX Forum

Most of all coal is purchased by Dushanbe CHP-2, which accounts for more than 50 percent of the total volume. Until 2020, the Government of Tajikistan plans to increase coal production by more than 80 times – in order to provide not only all domestic needs but also to export coal abroad. Coal mining in Tajikistan is a relatively cheap process, but its quality is low, which worsens the ...

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Dushanbe acceded to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) ... Tajikistan stopped mining uranium in 1992, and by law the size of its uranium reserves is considered a state secret. [10] Though the northern region, which includes Chkalovsk, is reportedly depleted of uranium, Tajik officials claim that the Pamir region in the south and east may contain huge uranium reserves ...

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OSCE Programme Office in Dushanbe and U.S. Department of ...

The OSCE Programme Office in Dushanbe held a ceremony to mark its donation of humanitarian demining equipment to Tajikistan’s Ministry of Defence and the National Mine Action Centre on 20 February 2018. The Defence Ministry’s Humanitarian De-mining Company received two vehicles and the Centre one vehicle. They were jointly donated by the OSCE Programme Office and the United States ...

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Environmental Remediation of Uranium Legacy Sites in ...

The international community is working together with countries in Central Asia on a flagship programme to find long term solutions to the severe environmental problems related to former uranium mining activities and the resulting legacy of approximately 1 billion tons of highly toxic waste. After 1995 many uranium mines were closed and a considerable number of uranium legacy sites were left ...

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Tajikistan - MINEX Forum — Mining and Exploration

31/01/2020  Tajik-Chinese Joint Venture (JV) Zarafshon (formerly Zervashan Gold Company), which is the largest gold mining company in Tajikistan, has resumed operations. “The government yesterday issued a decree, under which the company has resumed operations,” Nusratullo Davlatzoda, the head of the Tax Committee under the Government of Tajikistan, told reports in Dushanbe on February 7.

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Tajikistan to make gold mining a priority

22/05/2012  DUSHANBE – Tajikistan is increasing state control over mining and trading of precious stones and metals in hopes of boosting the economy. Malika Usmonova looks at traditional golden Tajik earrings in Dushanbe May 18. [Dilafruz Nabiyeva] Jeweller Khaidar Latipov waits for customers in Dushanbe May 18. Customers prefer Turkish jewellery because it’s cheaper, he says. [Dilafruz

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Economy of Tajikistan - Wikipedia

The largest silver deposits are in Sughd Province, where Tajikistan’s largest gold mining operation also is located. Russia’s Norilsk nickel company has explored a large new silver deposit at Bolshoy Kanimansur. Tajikistan also produces strontium, salt, lead, zinc, fluorspar, and mercury. Uranium, an important mineral in the Soviet era, remains in some quantity but no longer is extracted ...

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