The primary contributors to this remarkable revenue included Cassiterite, which accounted for 294,717 kilograms, yielding $5,367,704 in July, 415,482 kilograms, with revenues of $6,906,567 in August, and 440,176 kilograms, resulting in $6,783,099 in September.
Gold, another significant player, generated 1,155 kilograms, bringing in $73,181,036 in July, 1,000 kilograms, producing $62,156,101 in August, and 845 kilograms, amassing $52,676,671 in September.
Coltan also shone, contributing 189,183 kilograms, valued at $8,145,587 in July, 141,658 kilograms, generating $5,827,562 in August, and 208,155 kilograms, with revenues of $9,313,654 in September. Wolfram, on the other hand, yielded 237,116 kilograms, worth $3,040,783 in July, 198,409 kilograms, with a value of $2,663,971 in August, and 218,802 kilograms, resulting in $2,711,206 in September.
Additionally, the report released today also shows that various other minerals collectively contributed 1,210,458 kilograms, worth $1,085,647 in July, 1,219,670 kilograms, producing $1,249,889 in August, and 739,711 kilograms, generating $713,714 in September.
In comparison to the same period in the previous year, the total mineral export volume for July to September 2023 reached 5,516,538 kilograms, marking an impressive 22.4% increase, while the value amounted to $241,823,194. In the corresponding period last year, metals accounted for 4,321,566 kilograms, with revenues totaling $197,496,029.