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bauxite

A ferruginous hydrate of aluminium, which is the main state of aluminium in nature. Australia is the world’s top producer of bauxite at 60 million tonnes/year.
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Abu Dhabi: Emirates Global Aluminium on Wednesday said that it's bauxite mining project in the Republic of Guinea is 50 per cent complete with first bauxite exports commencing during the second half of 2019.
Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA), a leading industrial company in the UAE, has received its first shipment of bauxite ore in preparation for the commissioning of its under-construction Al Taweelah alumina refinery.
Australian Bauxite CEO Ian Levy said; "ABx can start projects in both Goulburn and Tasmania, marketing identical products and earning social licences to operate in each location.
Abu Dhabi: Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) received its first shipment of bauxite ore on Sunday as the largest industrial company in the UAE gets ready to commission the UAE's first alumina refinery next year.