MINING NEWS: Fort Knox performs well for Kinross
Primary gold producer reports nine-month loss, higher reserves; considers capital improvements at Interior Alaska mine
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Kinross Gold Corp., owner of the Fort Knox gold mine near Fairbanks, reported a 27 percent jump in proven and probable reserves at year-end 2005 to 24.7 million ounces of gold. The year-over-year increase from 19.4 million ounces in 2004 marks the fifth consecutive year of reserves growth.
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