Tiebaghi is a mine and former village in Kaala-Gomen, New Caledonia. Located on an ultramafic massif, it was the largest chromium mine in the world in 1941, producing about 54,000 tons per year. During World War II it produced about 4400 tons of nickel per year. The mine is currently extensively mined by the French firm Eramet.
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