The government of Québec recently bet big on steel, making a significant investment in TSMC’s iron ore extraction projects.
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Faced with a combination of limited infrastructure budgets and deteriorating asphalt, many U.S. towns and municipalities are choosing to unpave rather than repave their roads.
Along the banks of the Aegean Sea, archaeologists have uncovered an ancient silver mine that’s nearly 5,000 years old.
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