Mineral Mining finds chrome deposits near northern Bosnia.

By bne IntelliNews February 14, 2011
British company Mineral Mining has confirmed its discovery of large chrome deposits near northern Bosnia that could produce 10,000 to 12,000 tonnes a year, Newswire Today reported. The company plans to set up a plant at the mine site to produce chromic acid. The plant could start operating by late 2012. The deposit is located near to a port and can be easily exported. Local Nezavisne novine daily cited RS concession commission as saying that Mineral Mining has not been allowed to perform exploration on the entitys territory. The media failed to obtain information from the Federation authorities.

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