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Back to mining the Iberian Pyrite Belt

In the past few years, with increased political and administrative support for new mining activity in Andalusia, mining companies have once again shown interest in investing in the region. MM reports

The Las Cruces copper deposit, which is located on the easterly edge of the Iberian Pyrite Belt, was first discovered in 1994

The Las Cruces copper deposit, which is located on the easterly edge of the Iberian Pyrite Belt, was first discovered in 1994

The Andalusia region in southern Spain has been linked to mining for thousands of years. In particular, it witnessed a flurry of mining activity between 1880-1930, when British, French, German and Belgian...

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