Honduras: Tender for Mining Park

It has been announced that in April a tender will be held for the construction, using Public Private Partnership mode, of an industrial mining park in the south of the country, where several artisanal mines are operating.

Monday, March 30, 2015

From a statement issued by the Commission for the Promotion of Public Private Partnership (COALIANZA):

Officials from the Commission for the Promotion and Public Private Partnership (COALIANZA) and the Honduran Institute of Geology and Mining (INHGEOMIN), will be launching in April a tender for the construction of the first mining park in El Corpus, Choluteca in the form Community Public Private Partnership (APPC).

Mining activities in El Corpus, is a field that is gradually increasing its weight, due to the rising price of gold on the international market and it is for this reason that this activity is being conducted throughout the year.



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