In January-March, Russia produced 58.02 tons of gold, down by 4.6% YoY.
The share of extracted gold was 80.7%, or 46.85 tons, down by 2.6%.
Amur region demonstrated the largest drop – to 3.8 tons from 6.6 tons in Q1 2020.
Krasnoyarsk region produced the most gold – 11.8 tons, up by 0.6%, followed by Magadan region with 7.04 tons, up by 12.7%, and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) with 5.05 tons, up by 4.4%.
Manufacture of secondary and by-product gold decreased by 12.2%.
Silver output grew by 12.3%, to 236.74 tons, with extracted silver up from 95.97 tons to 100.85 tons. (Ukrainian metal)
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