Taiwanese Interested in Mining Sector

The consortium Dong Jyu Group is exploring business opportunities in Honduras, with the objective of marketing minerals such as gold, silver and bronze, as well as opal and jade.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

From a statement issued by the Honduran Institute of Geology and Mines: 

February 5, Tegucigalpa. - The president of the Taiwanese consortium Dong Jyu Goup, Donal Lin and his team, met with the Executive Director of the Honduran Institute of Geology and Mines (INHGEOMIN), with the purpose of consolidating the mining investment processes currently being carried out in the country.

See also: "Metalliferous minerals market in Central America"

In the first application, the consortium wants to market minerals such as gold, silver and bronze, as well as opal and jade. The entrepreneur emphasized the need for the State to streamline in all senses the processes that are carried out within institutions so that foreign investment grows even more. He also provide a series of experiences that have been carried out in the Asian country on the issue of mining linked to the sustainable development of this industry.

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