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Chingola

(chĭng-gō`lä), city (1990 pop. 167,954), N central Zambia. It is a copper-mining center, located on the CopperbeltCopperbelt,
mining region, N central Zambia, central Africa. A natural extension of the mineral-rich region of SE Congo, the Copperbelt is one of the richest sources of copper in the world. Cobalt, selenium, silver, and gold are also produced.
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. The city was founded in 1943 to provide services for the adjacent copper-mining center of Nchanga.

Chingola

 

a city in Zambia. Population, 130,000 (1972, estimate). Linked by railroad with the city of Ndola, Chingóla is one of the centers of the Copperbelt of Central Africa.

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