Thanks for the posts, especially 'fisticuffs'. I can't say I'm sorry to see CJ get a smack, he's always seemed to me to be an arrogant ....... . Jibbo, raw nerve indeed. Could a guy like that swallow his pride and negotiate an equitable deal for CNR. I'd put a serious question mark on that. His board would have to drag him kicking and screaming to the table !
Perhaps the guy told Clive "I told you you were a mug to give La India to Condor'!! Now that would hit a raw nerve........
Meanwhile, Condor Gold's latest drilling at the La India project in Nicaragua sees the firm seeking to demonstrate further the great potential of this gold property. The main aim of the 4,000-metre campaign is to increase La India's size, through depth and strike extensions. Away from the drill-bit, the firm is also embarking on a regional soil sampling programme to identify further deep-seated targets of the precious metal. The robust financials at La India has already been shown via a PFS (pre-feasibility study) late last year - notwithstanding the current boost seen in the gold price at the beginning of 2015. In October, it raised US$10mln through a placing and subscription and this programme, it says, will cost less than US1mln. The evening will end at 7:30pm with a complimentary bar and an assortment of hot & cold canapes, giving you the opportunity to speak with the directors and other investors. Please join us at 5:45pm to allow for a prompt 6pm start. Each company has 20 minutes to give a short presentation and then 10 minutes Q&A. This will be followed by the 'Champagne Raffle' where four guests will win a bottle each. The evening will end with a drinks reception with canapés.
NICARAGUA SEXY The engineer Quintero said that Nicaragua offers attractive investment conditions for mining due to the existence of economically viable deposits, which is essential when deciding to invest. "However, the socio-political development of the region where these sites are located, setting is what carries more weight in the decision. In this regard, Nicaragua offers a unique condition in security, being a highly attractive for Colombian businessmen and from any source factor, "said the representative of HEMCO SA Another key factor Quintero believes it is not common in other regions, there is a good relationship public-private sector that takes into account the needs of the investor and allows the query sensitive to industry running themes in Nicaragua. "Given our experience, we can say that Nicaragua is a country for investment, so we do recommend to other entrepreneurs to invest in the country," said Julio Quintero, president of HEMCO SA " 15 PERCENT HEMCO increase gold production compared to 2014, after investing US $ 14 million this year. 60 PERCENT of gold exports nationally in 2014 were produced by B2Gold Nicaragua. 4,400 JOBS on average generate the two major mining concessions in the country
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