The exploitation of chromite ore deposits in Greece is evident by the presence of many abandoned mines. The fresh interest by AKTOR S.A. in chromite ore deposits in Mt. Vourinos, N.Greece, is directly related to the boost in Cr prices controlled by international market trends.


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