Russian company Udokan Copper has postponed the launch of its processing plant to 2023 due to Covid-19 restrictions in China and difficulties with the supply of equipment, says chairman of the board of directors Valery Kazikaev.
“We considered the option of a two-stage commissioning: first, at the end of this year, to commission an enrichment plant, and in 2023, a hydrometallurgical plant,” he said to RBC newspaper. “But in the end, it was …
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