Zimbabwe has banned the export of raw chrome ore to support the ferrochrome industry in the country. The country also announced that it will ban the export of chrome concentrate from July 2022. Decisions to ban chrome exports, along with other initiatives undertaken, are expected to help meeting the country’s goal of bringing the mining…

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