• 2023
    The Group’s 30th anniversary Released its Three-Year (2023-2025) Plan, 2030 Development Goals, And Climate Change Action Plan To achieve carbon peaking by 2029 and carbon neutrality by 2050 Acquired a 48.591% interest in the Zhunuo Copper Mine
  • 2022
    Acquired a 95% interest in the Rosebel Gold Mine in Suriname, A 20% interest in Zhaojin Mining, And a 30% indirect interest in the Haiyu Gold Mine, Resulting in a 44% combined interest in the
    Haiyu Gold Mine

    Acquired a 66% interest in the Xiangyuan Hard-Rock Lithium Mine in Hunan, China Acquired a 70% interest in the Lakkor Tso Lithium Project Acquired a 100% interest in the 3Q Lithium Project in Argentina Acquired a 15.02% interest in Fujian Longking Co., Ltd., Gaining control of the company
  • 2021
    Released its Five-Year (2+3) Plan, And 2030 Development Goals Unveiled a three-step strategy for the next 10 years, To become a green, high-tech, leading global mining company by 2030
  • 2020
    Acquired the Buriticá Gold Mine in Colombia Acquired a 50.1% interest in Julong Copper Acquired 100% of the interest in the Aurora Gold Mine in Guyana
  • 2019
    Gained full ownership of the Timok Copper-Gold Mine in Serbia By finally securing 100% of interest in the mine’s Upper Zone and Lower Zone
  • 2018
    The Group’s 25th anniversary Announced the goal of “doubling Zijin’s market cap in five years” Acquired a 63% interest in the RTB Bor Group of Serbia Acquired stakes in the Timok Copper-Gold Mine in Serbia, Including 100% of the interest in the mine’s Upper Zone and a 60.4% interest in its Lower Zone
  • 2017
    Acquired 100% of the interest in the Duobaoshan Copper Mine
  • 2016
    Overseas business started to deliver significant returns Increased its interest in the Kolwezi Copper Mine to 72%
  • 2015
    Acquired a 50% interest and 50% shareholders’ loans in Barrick Niugini Limited Acquired a 49.5% interest in Kamoa Holding Limited
  • 2013
    Achieved its second strategic goal of “Becoming a leading metals miner in China”
  • 2011
    Released its first Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report
  • 2008
    Got listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (ticker code 601899), Raising RMB 9.8 billion
    The Zijinshan Mine was officially recognized as the “Largest Gold Mine in China”
  • 2005
    Achieved its first strategic goal of “becoming a leading gold mining company in China” Began to expand its business overseas
  • 2003
    Got listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (ticker code 2899), Raising HKD 1.2 billion and starting to expand in China
  • 2002
    Acquired the Ashele Copper Mine in Xinjiang
  • 2001
    Acquired Guizhou Zijin, The first step to its expansion in China
  • 2000
    Converted into a joint-stock company Established the Fujian Zijin Mining Co., Ltd.
  • 1998
    Converted into a limited liability company
  • 1994
    Renamed as Fujian Minxi Zijin Mining Group Co., Ltd.
  • 1993
    Restructured and became Shanghang Zijin Mining Company Began to build and develop the Zijinshan Gold Mine
  • 1986
    Predecessor company Shanghang Minerals Company Was founded
  • 1980s
    Chen Jinghe accurately predicted the mineralization of the Zijinshan Mine: gold in the upper zone and copper in the lower zone, discovering and measuring the first ultra-large copper-gold deposit in the volcanic landscapes of Southeastern China’s coastal regions. The discovery later earned the First Prize of the State Science and Technology Progress Award.