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requirement for mining lead in nigeria

Lead-Zinc ores usually occur together; they are often associated with copper and silver. They occur in commercial quantities in the northeast and central region ofNigeria. The estimated reserve is well over 10 million tons ofleadand 80,000 tons of zinc spread over eight statesin Nigeria.

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    MiningCompany & BusinessIn Nigeria& Africa: Business

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