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metal mining

[′med·əl ‚mīn·iŋ]
(mining engineering)
The industry that supplies the various metals and associated products.
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Takagi was president of JCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sumitomo Metal Mining Co.
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The company's capital will initially be $1 million but will gradually be raised to $50 million, Sumitomo Metal Mining said in a news release.
Sumitomo Metal Mining has set up a team of officials to investigate the accident and work together with JCO and extend full cooperation to the Science and Technology Agency and other relevant government offices, he said.
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Under the fresh restructuring plan, Sumitomo Metal Mining will scale down its electronics division and spin off its semiconductor packaging material and television-screen frame divisions into separate companies to be newly set up.
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Sumitomo Metal Mining announced the provision as part of its midterm financial statements for the April-September first half of fiscal 2000.
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