Cheers Campbells. Your research over the years has always been very welcome.
Just my view on this but it certainly doesn't sound like the Nic Government is running shy of promoting its involvement with mining and only a few months prior to the elections. Appreciate that MARENA indicate a delay but on the other hand this congress is is supported by the Ministry of Energy and Mines and PRONicaragua which is the Official Investment and Export Promotion Agency of the Government of… Read More
Unless of course you live in the USA as they are much better covered. Their federal deposit scheme has 6 US cents for every $100 in a bank account. They will probably be ok though as they have a great scheme on the go, print whatever you want as you never have to pay it back and hopefully nobody that you issue your debt too will notice they have no mathematical chance whatsoever of getting their almost zero interest payment let alone their bonds repaid. Quality
Girdz, it depends where your based. If you were living in Australia, New Zealand, Asia etc you might not be vaporized and therefore having non radioactive gold might be of more use. Isn't the main reason of course but bomb proof or nuclear bomb proof is a semantic tbh. Main point is it's in a country that's never been at war to my knowledge, outside the banking system and in physical not paper. It's not for everyone as most people are comforted by paper statements from their pensions, stock… Read More
With the central message “Mining for All”, the second annual International Mining Congress to be held in Nicaragua, will bring together key local and international stakeholders of one of the country’s most dynamic industries. The congress, to take place in Managua on August 16 and 17, seeks to share with the public the economic and social contributions that derive from responsible mining activities in Central America.
The president of CAMINIC, Mr. Sergio Rios, said that the… Read More
Condor Gold (LON:CNR) will focus this year on obtaining permission for a 2,800 tonne daily processing plant at it La India gold project in Nicaragua, said chief executive Mark Child. “Much of 2015 was spent executing a twin strategy of de-risking the La India Project, Nicaragua, by preparing and submitting an Environmental Impact Assessment,” he said. Condor submitted an EIA in … (c
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