Ivanhoe Mines has discovered a high-grade copper deposit, the Makoko deposit, at its 100% owned Western Foreland licenses west of its Kamoa-Kakula mining license in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Ivanhoe holds a land package totaling approximately 700 km2 of prospective exploration licenses in the Western Foreland area. The company began exploration drilling on the licenses in the third quarter of 2017, and as of early October 2018 had drilled more than 50 holes, most of them in the Makoko discovery area.
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