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Rasp workers' fate uncertain as Toho seeks buyer

TOHO Zinc's decision not to reinvest in CBH Resources' Rasp silver, lead and zinc mine in Broken Hill, New South Wales, could leave about 200 employees and contractors without work and have a devastating effect on the local economy.

 CBH Resources' Rasp mine in Broken Hill.

CBH Resources' Rasp mine in Broken Hill.

The company is searching for a buyer, however the fate of its workers is in limbo with a voluntary redundancy option being offered. Toho said following a thorough review of the business plan of Rasp...

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