Centerra faces $315 million in fines for new claims of environmental damage in Kyrgyzstan

By Cecilia Jamasmie

Canadian miner Centerra Gold (TSX:CG) continues to be under pressure in the Kyrgyz Republic as its subsidiary Kumtor Operating Company CJSC received a claim from the environmental authority for about $315 million relating to alleged environmental damages at is flagship Kumtor project.

In a statement release Thursday, the gold producer acknowledged the …read more
Source: Mining.com- Gold News

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