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Porgera Mine, Enga Province, Papua New Guinea : official Mine opening, 20 October 1990 / Porgera Joint Venture
Bib ID 2072538
Format BookBook
Author
Porgera Joint Venture
 
Description [Papua New Guinea : The Venture, 1990] 
[4] p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Title from cover.

"This booklet commemorates the official opening of the first stage of the Porgera Mine by the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea, The Honourable Rabbie Namaliu on 20 October 1990"--P. [1].

Text and ill. on lining papers.

Subjects Porgera Joint Venture.  |  Gold mines and mining -- Papua New Guinea -- Porgera.  |  Porgera (Papua New Guinea) -- Social conditions.

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