The mineral industry is one of the main sectors of the Armenian economy and as of 2011 accounted for over half of the country39;s exports.. Armenia is a major producer of molybdenum.
The natural resources are used domestically and are also exported. Geographically, Armenia is mountainous. This geographical peculiarity renders the country rich in mineral resources. The mineral resources of Armenia include iron, zinc, aluminum, copper, molybdenum, gold, lead, silver and antimony.
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With the current rush to mining minerals and using current mechanization and ore processing methods, Armenias mineral resources may disappear in a couple of decades, while, if these resources were to be rationally managed, for example, by using efficient processing techniques, the countrys mineral resources may last a few hundred years.
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Armenia plans to buy 2.05 million carats of rough diamonds in Russia in 2002 2007 . Non metallic minerals In V. produce various non metallic k.k. Traditionally, mining and processing of building materials are carried out: basalt, perlite, limestone, pumice stone, marble and others.
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June 10, 2020
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