No need for illegal withholding of assays, they may have got the gist of the numbers from their xrf readings, and decided a batch release of results was preferable. Or, it may well be that the labs are just even more backed up, as has been mentioned here & there. We can only guess.
Chile is the world's top copper producer, as such it's a pretty mainstream location. Old mate was saying that it (ngex) is too rugged to build a 10km slurry pipe or conveyor belt or haul road, even though someone had evidently already build an entire processing plant there! So you can see why i didnt dignify that one with an answer.
Steve, it is telling that you feel the need to lie about these comparisons - Los Helados is 10kms away from an operating mIne run by their partner. Not only are they therefore well serviced for infrastructure, but they most likely won't need to build a plant and will simply feed the existing one. Therefore their capital intensity will be incredibly low. And I read your post last night - it sounded very confident off of a 5 minute study of mineral economics 101.
So what year was Bushranger discovered? Does this invalidate the property somehow? And I am certainly not harassing anybody, I am merely making my case that this stock is relatively mispriced. It may go on to greater things regardless.