Nicaraguan Gold Amid Falling Prices

While the outlook is expected to improve at the international level, the mining industry in Nicaragua has announced that it is prepared to withstand the collapse of gold prices.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

According to Pablo Venturo, B2Gold mining manager, the investments of about $400 million which have been implemented over the past four years has allowed them to be ready today for the collapse of gold prices in the international market.

"The investments we have made were because there is confidence in the legal framework governing our business and because they have been designed to improve productivity and streamline operations. We are in a solid position and strong enough to face any situation beyond our desire, as is the international price of gold. Our operations are sufficiently robust to withstand this situation," he said.

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