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OZ targets M'kiri gold

OZ targets M'kiri gold

MINING firm OZ Minerals is concentrating on five priority areas for test drilling within 12 kilometres of its Okvau tenement in Cambodia’s Mondulkkiri province, a second-quarter production report said. The second-quarter report saw OZ Minerals reaffirm its goal to locate a “multi-million ounce resource” in Cambodia by 2012. Ongoing test drilling at its “promising” Okvau North site has revealed 20.78 grams of gold per tonne, a report said.

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