"Eleventh Five-Year" Bauxite Resources Increase 34.9%

According to the "China Mineral Resources Report", during the "11th Five-Year Plan" period, the identified resource reserves of China's major non-ferrous metal minerals continued to maintain rapid growth. From 2006 to 2010, the copper mine increased from 70.48 million tons to 80.41 million tons, an increase of 14.1%; the bauxite mine increased from 2.78 billion tons to 3.75 billion tons, an increase of 34.9%; the lead mine increased from 41.81 million tons to 55.09 million tons. , an increase of 33%; zinc ore from 97.11 million tons to 11.596 million tons, an increase of 19.4%; nickel ore from 8.01 million tons to 9.38 million tons, an increase of 17.1%; gold mines from 4997 tons to 6,865 tons, an increase of 37.4% The silver mine increased from 144,000 tons to 172,000 tons, an increase of 19.4%; the tungsten mine increased from 5.58 million tons to 5.91 million tons, an increase of 5.8%; the molybdenum mine increased from 10.94 million tons to 14.02 million tons, an increase of 28.1%; The mine increased from 2.25 million tons to 2.55 million tons, an increase of 13.3%. The increase in reserves of non-ferrous metal resources has provided strong support for the steady development of China's non-ferrous metals industry.