El Toqui mine
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El Toqui mine is a zinc-gold mine in Chile. The mine is owned by Breakwater Resources through its wholly owned subsidiary company Sociedad Contractul Minera el Toqui. The mine was purchased from Barrick Gold Corporation in 1997.
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- "Breakwater to Suspend Milling At Chilean Mine For Three Months". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2009-05-01.
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