Mining Corporation Moves Head Office to Panama

Wildwood Management Corporation will move its head office and operations to Panama City.

Friday, April 3, 2009

The US Company said in press release that since most of its assets and operations are in South America, it needed to be closer to its mining operations and local funding sources.

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Outlook for Gold in Nicaragua

May 2013

Falling gold prices in the international market are worrying the mining sector, but are not a reason to stop investing in the country.

In an interview in Laprensa.com.ni by Lucia Navas with Pablo Venturo, B2Gold's country manager, the official explains how the company's operations are in Nicaragua and their expectations for the future.

Honduras’ Mining Potential

February 2013

The approval of the Mining Act has peaked the interest of investors interested in the exploration and exploitation of minerals, which could contribute up to $3.5 billion.

Laprensa.hn reports that "Santos Gabino Carvajal, president of the National Association of Metal Mining in Honduras (Anamimh), said that in the last seven years Honduras has not received a single dollar in mining investment, despite its great potential, and that all investments planned in the country were diverted to Nicaragua and Colombia. "

BacTech Announces Intent of Buying Guatemalan Mine

May 2010

BacTech Gold Corporation signed a letter of intent to by the gold and antimony mine called “San Ildefonso Ixtahuacan”, for $19 million.

This mine started operations in 1969, and is currently operated by “Minas de Guatemala S.A.”, a subsidiary of Caribbean Resources Group Corporation.

Costa Rica condemned for mining practices

April 2008

The Third Forum of the Cocibolca Lake and San Juan River strongly condemned the Costa Rican government for authorizing the open pit mining operation at Crucitas yesterday. Members of the non-governmental organization pointed out the enviromental threat represented by the mine, which is just three kilometers from the San Juan River.

Before issuing its statement, the director of the Rio Foundation, Antonio Ruiz, delivered to the government copies of the resolution of Costa Rica's Technical National Environment Secretariat and a resolution signed by the Minister of Environment and Energy, Roberto Dobles Mora, which exhausted the administrative process, granting environmental viability to the Crucitas project.

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