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Kinross Gold inks new labor agreement with unionized workers at Tasiast

Kinross Gold Corp. said Oct. 4 that it has agreed to a new, three-year collective labor agreement with the unionized employees at its Tasiast gold mine in Mauritania.

As announced earlier, complying with the Mauritanian law, the company agreed to a plan with the government to increase the number of local workers at Tasiast.

Normal mining and processing activities resumed at the mine in mid-August after the expatriate work permit issue was resolved under the same plan agreement.

In June, Kinross temporarily suspended the Tasiast operations following the order to stop expatriates with invalid work permits from working.