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China's Zijin in talks to buy gold, copper mines abroad
By Polly Yam
Monday, March 23, 2015
HONG KONG -- China's Zijin Mining Group Co. Ltd. is in talks to buy gold and copper mining assets abroad and expects to finalise some acquisitions this year, its chairman said on Monday.
Chen Jinghe said that current market conditions were favourable for acquisitions but did not identify targets.
Some talks "have almost reached maturity. ... This year there will be some important results," Chen told a news conference in Hong Kong after the company's 2014 earnings. ...
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