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The San Cristobal mine in Lipez, Potosí Department, Bolivia is an open-pit silver, lead and zinc mine near the town of San Cristóbal, Potosí. The mine, operated by Sumitomo Corporation, produces approximately 1,300 metric tons of zinc-silver concentrate and 300 tons of lead-silver concentrate per day, as of August 2010, by processing 40,000 to 50,000 tons of rock. It is one of Bolivia's largest mining facilities and, according to Sumitomo, the world’s sixth-largest producer of zinc and third-largest producer of silver. It is located in southwestern Bolivia and hosts approximately 450 million ounces of silver and 8 billion pounds of zinc and 3 billion pounds of lead contained in 231 million tonnes of open-pittable proven and probable reserves. As the ore body is open both at depth and later

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  • Minera San Cristóbal
  • Mine de San Cristóbal
  • San Cristóbal mine (Bolivia)
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  • Minera San Cristóbal S.A. (MSC) es una empresa minera de Bolivia de clase mundial que se centra en la producción de concentrados de zinc-plata y plomo-plata en la remota provincia de Nor Lípez en el departamento de Potosí al suroeste de Bolivia. La Minera San Cristóbal es una subsidiaria al 100% de la Sumitomo Corporation, uno de los principales grupos industriales de Japón.
  • La Mine de San Cristóbal est une mine à ciel ouvert d'argent, de plomb, et de zinc située dans le département de Potosí en Bolivie. Elle serait le 3e plus grand site d'extraction d'argent, et le 6e de zinc. Elle appartient depuis 2009 en totalité à Sumitomo Corporation. * Portail de la mine Portail de la mine * Portail de la Bolivie Portail de la Bolivie
  • The San Cristobal mine in Lipez, Potosí Department, Bolivia is an open-pit silver, lead and zinc mine near the town of San Cristóbal, Potosí. The mine, operated by Sumitomo Corporation, produces approximately 1,300 metric tons of zinc-silver concentrate and 300 tons of lead-silver concentrate per day, as of August 2010, by processing 40,000 to 50,000 tons of rock. It is one of Bolivia's largest mining facilities and, according to Sumitomo, the world’s sixth-largest producer of zinc and third-largest producer of silver. It is located in southwestern Bolivia and hosts approximately 450 million ounces of silver and 8 billion pounds of zinc and 3 billion pounds of lead contained in 231 million tonnes of open-pittable proven and probable reserves. As the ore body is open both at depth and later
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  • San Cristobal Mine
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