More Investments in Mining in Nicaragua

Three companies from the U.S. and Canada have acquired concessions rights for exploratory mining, with investments of about $5 million.

Monday, September 19, 2011

The new concessions add to those already existing in the country, in which a total of $12.7 million have been invested between January and May 2011, according to the Ministry of Energy and Mines (MEM).

Karla Guerrero, director of the Mining Chamber of Nicaragua told reporters that of the total investment, about $10 million has been earmarked for exploration and that at the current rate, investment could top 2010 levels of $20.7 million.

"While B2Gold Corp., owner of the El Limón Mine concessions (Leon) and La Libertad Mine (Chontales), has designated $8.75 million dollars in exploration in the Santo Domingo project (Chontales), Hemco Nicaragua SA company, plans to invest about $40 million in new projects. "



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