What does XTC stand for?
XTC stands for Xiamen Tungsten Co
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Founded in 1958, the company was formerly known as Xiamen alumina plant, started tungsten conversion in 1982, and changed its name to Xiamen Tungsten.
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com. au - White Rock Tungsten property, as well as tungsten resources at Rye Park in New South Wales, Australia Planet Metals (ASX: PMQ) - http://www. planetmetals. com. au/ - Wolfram Camp tungsten mine Playfair Mining (CVE: PLY) Thor Mining (ASX: THR) - Molyhill Tungsten and Molybdenum project in Northern Territory, Australia Wolf Minerals (ASX: WLF) - Hemerdon Ball tungsten project Woulfe Mining - Sangdong Tungsten Mine in South Korea Xiamen Tungsten.
Xiamen Tungsten is the largest tungsten ore producer in Fujian. In 2013, the company acquired 60% stake of Jiangxi Duchang Jinding Mining Co. , Ltd. and Yangchushan Tungsten & Molybdenum Mine, so that its new equity reserves of tungsten ore amounted to 33,000 tons. In addition, the company is actively exploring the downstream. It took over 100% stake in Luoyang Molybdenum Alloy Company under China Molybdenum in 2013 for the construction of a project involved with 2,500 tons of cemented carbide and 9 million mining engineering tools.