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Kokkola

(kōk`kōlä), Swed. Gamlakarleby, city (1996 pop. 35,510), Western Finland prov., W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. It is a port with lumber, machine, and leather industries. It was chartered in 1620.
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In addition, Lundin Mining holds an indirect 24% equity stake in the Freeport Cobalt Oy business, which includes a cobalt refinery located in Kokkola, Finland.
has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its cobalt refinery in Kokkola, Finland and related cobalt cathode precursor business to Umicore for cash consideration of approximately US$150 million, plus working capital at the time of close (the "Transaction").
FCX and its partners will retain Freeport Cobalt's remaining cobalt business with operations in Kokkola, Finland and with sales offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Freeport-McMoRan announced an agreement to sell its cobalt refinery in Kokkola, Finland and related cobalt cathode precursor business to Umicore for total consideration of approximately $150M, plus working capital at the time of close.
They met in 1998 at a gig in Kokkola, Finland, as part of a Renegades comeback tour.
Fitchburg is also sister city with Beijing, China, and Kokkola, Finland.
* Haartman Institute, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland; ([dagger]) Keski-Pohjanmaa Central Hospital, Kokkola, Finland; ([double dagger]) Russian Academy of Sciences, St.
of Technology, Talonpojankatu 2, 67100 Kokkola, Finland. Ilkka Laakso is with Stora Enso Fine Paper Oy, Nuottasaarenkatu 24, 90120 Oulu, Finland.
Honeywell Automation and Control Systems, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, recently signed a global cooperation contract with Alma Software, Kokkola, Finland. The Industry Solutions business of Honeywell will act as reseller for ALMA Software's Production Line Information Management system called ALMA.