Condor Sells Mines in Nicaragua

The mining company announced it would sell concessions in Poterillos and Estrella in Nicaragua.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

The president of Condor Resources, Mark Child, in an interview with Reuters, said "We will probably have to give up or sell one or two of these concessions (...) we are open to suggestions."

The executive said he would like to first to drill both concessions.

"The shares of the gold and silver explorer which lists on London's AIM market rose almost 2,500 percent in 2010. Since then, they have dropped to mid-December levels and on Tuesday were to 7.25 Peniques, valuing the company at $56 million."

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