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Tajikistan gives access to private mining of nonferrous metals and rare earths

2020-02-07 17:35:00   【Print】
The government of Tajikistan gives access to private mining of nonferrous metals, precious metals, precious stones and semi-precious stones, allowing private parties to extract gold, silver, platinum, tin , tungsten, titanium and other metals, sodium cerium titanium niobate ore (Lapland stone), phosphorus cerium lanthanum ore (monazite), xenotime, bastnaesite and other rare earth minerals, as well as ruby, sapphire, fluorspar and others.

Tajikistan approved to amend relevant laws on 10 December, 2019.

Pursuant to stipulations, mining activities are allowed in the areas that are not listed in the national reserve balance sheet and don't belong to any natural persons or legal persons. Approval from the National Geological Bureau is required if mining activities are located in river valleys, tributaries and detritus hillsides and approval from the Frontier Force is required if mining activities are located along the borders.Asian Metal CopyrightThe government of Tajikistan gives access to private mining of nonferrous metals, precious metals, precious stones and semi-precious stones, allowing private parties to extract gold, silver, platinum, tin , tungsten, titanium and other metals, sodium cerium titanium niobate ore Lapland stone, phosphorus cerium lanthanum ore monazite, xenotime, bastnaesite and other rare earth minerals, as well as ruby, sapphire, fluorspar and others.Asian Metal Copyright Private parties that carry out mining activities must restore broken sections based on related requirements.

Private parties intending to conduct mining activities can apply for a mining license at local finance bureaus. Hand tools, underpower excavating equipment and small ore washing equipment are allowed while chemical agents are forbidden.

Precious metals and stones obtained from private mining activities must be sold to precious goods warehouse under the Finance Ministry while nonferrous metals and semi-precious stones can be sold to local official collection stations or industrial enterprises with the processing license. If the national precious goods warehouse or other local collection stations refuse to take over such minerals, rejection letters must be provided for private parties that conduct mining activities to sell such products to other companies.

.Asian Metal CopyrightThe government of Tajikistan gives access to private mining of nonferrous metals, precious metals, precious stones and semi-precious stones, allowing private parties to extract gold, silver, platinum, tin , tungsten, titanium and other metals, sodium cerium titanium niobate ore Lapland stone, phosphorus cerium lanthanum ore monazite, xenotime, bastnaesite and other rare earth minerals, as well as ruby, sapphire, fluorspar and others.Asian Metal Copyright