One of the World’s Biggest Gold Deposits Is Finally Making MoneyBy
Gold Fields’ South Deep mine makes first quarterly profit
Troubled mine has endured a decade of delays, accidents
Gold Fields Ltd.’s troubled South Deep mine in South Africa generated positive cash flow for the first time since the company bought the operation for about $3 billion in 2006. The stock rose for the first time in five days.
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