Hungarian state-owned company Mecsek-Oko is selling the Recsk copper mine near the town of the same name in northeas Hungary. Reserves are known to be up to 800 Mt of ore. Mecsek-Oko CEO Bela Papp said that four international mining companies have already purchased the tender documents. The tender deadline is May 30 this year.Mecsek-Oko believes that following the significant rise in copper price the 1,200-m deep mine can now be economical. The company estimates that around HUF100 billion will need to be invested for the mine, which was closed in 1999, to be brought back into production. Mining operations started in Recsk in 1986, but further development was abandoned in 1987, following a fall in the price of copper.The mine was previously put up for sale in early 2005, but the company that won the tender failed to complete the transaction. www.mecsek-oko.hu
EHF EURO 2018Veselin Vujović ← Previous Story Buntic to replace Duvnjak in Croatia squad Next Story → OLD&YOUNG at Men’s EHF EURO 2018: From Martin Galia to Milan Jovanovic Slovenian coach Veselin Vujovic put a lot of critics on referees decision after defeat of his team against Macedonia 24:25 in the first match in Group C in Zagreb. Slovenia didn’t score in the last 5:30 minutes, but also had 20 minutes of exclusion in total.I don’t know what to say after all, when I saw that Romanians are nominated, some fear appeared that we don’t know what will happened during the match. We had chances to went on +3,4+5, but they invented some exclusions, crossing and so on, which were visible only to them. I made a conclusion that after 45 years in handball, I don’t know rules of the game because 90% of their decisions wasnt’ clear for me – said Vujovic after the match.