A gold mining strike in Mauritania, the third largest company-owned Kinross, Canada, did not have an impact on production, the company said on Friday.
A union spokesman said Thursday that the strike was triggered wages and working conditions over 1,500 local staff and making production in the mining Tasiat within 400 kilometers northeast of the capital of Mauritania, Nouakchott stalled.
But a spokesman for Tasiast Mauritanie Limited SA, a unit of Kinross said the process is still running and???? Production is maintained at the planned level.
He said an agreement has been reached five of the six demands of the strikers.
Open pit mine producing 185 334 ounces of gold in 2012, it is owned by Kinross, according to the company website.