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Mines and Metals in Morocco accounted for three percent of GDP in 1990

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Which country do you want to trade with?
  • Afghanistan
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Georgia
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Oman
  • Pakistan
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Syria
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Yemen
Mines and Metals in Morocco accounted for three percent of GDP in 1990
Mines and Metals in Morocco accounted for three percent of GDP in 1990

Mines and Metals in Morocco accounted for three percent of GDP in 1990, accounting for almost a third of Morocco's total exports. In Morocco, in addition to the mentioned products, there are also mineral resources of nickel, chromium, tungsten, and gallium. Morocco has reserves estimated at hundreds of billions of tons, and Morocco has three-quarters of the world's phosphate reserves. I

ron ore production, especially from the mining areas of northern Morocco, was 2 million tons in 1960, but within 20 years production increased to 6 million tons. Other Moroccan mineral resources are lead, copper, zinc, and manganese, which have produced almost constant production. Metals of Saudi Arabia

In addition to the new projects we have also been granted licence blocks contiguous with our existing Takzim and Zaer Copper projects. ‘’The new projects are all located in the Central Moroccan Hercynian Massif, a region that is highly prospective for copper, tin, tungsten, lead and zinc and hosts numerous active and historical mines, as well as development-stage projects. The Project is located at the intersection of historically mapped northeast and north striking structures with copper-lead occurrences reported proximal to a Hercynian age granite. The host geology comprises highly foliated and contact metamorphosed metasedimentary rocks, including quartzites, phyllites and schists that host a number of copper, lead, zinc, tungsten and tin occurrences. Quartz vein hosted copper mineralisation is reportedly present within the granite at Zaer. A number of artisanal workings have also been discovered including small exploratory pits, where anomalous zinc has been recorded, through to a large 3 m diameter adit excavated into a cliff face which is estimated to be up to 40 m long. 5 km east of the historic Bir n Hass copper mine. com/648294/New-Copper-Tin-Zinc-Projects-Granted-in-Morocco.

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