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.[1] The mine was purchased from Barrick Gold Corporation in 1997.[2]

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  1. ^ Canadian & American Mines Handbook. Toronto, Ontario: Business Information Group. October 2004. p. 85. ISBN 0919336612. 
  2. ^ "Breakwater to Suspend Milling At Chilean Mine For Three Months". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2009-05-01. 

Coordinates: 45°2′12″S 71°56′26″W / 45.03667°S 71.94056°W / -45.03667; -71.94056