Centamin: Operations resume at flagship mine in Egypt
Egypt-focused miner Centamin Plc said operations at its flagship Sukari gold mine resumed, about a week after they were halted due to labour unrest.
Activities at Sukari, Centamin's only producing asset, were suspended after workers downed their tools over a dispute about pay increases.
The company was not immediately available for additional comment, but said in a statement that the labour unrest was "resolved to the company's satisfaction with the co-operation of the Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority and the Ministry of Labour."
The company had to temporarily halt operations in March over a similar issue.
Centamin said it would provide a further update on Aug. 14, when it reports its second-quarter results.
Shares in the company were trading almost flat at 66.05 pence at 1234 GMT on Thursday on the London Stock Exchange.
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