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Key Projects

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Flecha de Oro

Gold Project
SIZE: 140 km2 under option LOCATION: Rio Negro Province, Argentina
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Rosales

Copper Project100% held by Golden Arrow
SIZE: 800 ha + 2,920 ha in progress LOCATION: Atacama mining area, Region III, Chile
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Tierra Dorada

District-scale high-grade gold project
SIZE: 640 km2 under option LOCATION: Misiones Region, Paraguay
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Caballos

Copper-Gold Project
SIZE: +12,000 ha LOCATION: La Rioja Province, Argentina
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Don Bosco

Copper-Gold Project
SIZE: +4,000 ha LOCATION: San Juan Province, Argentina
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Mogote

Copper-Gold Project
SIZE: 8,800 ha LOCATION: San Juan Province, Argentina
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Pescado

Gold Project
SIZE: +15,000 ha LOCATION: San Juan Province, Argentina
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Potrerillos

Gold-Silver Project
SIZE: ~4,000 ha LOCATION: San Juan Province, Argentina
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The countries where we operate

Mining in Chile

Chile is endowed with a variety of metals, but is known for being the world’s leading producer of copper from mining. The mining sector accounts for approximately 10% of Chile’s GDP, which in 2017 was approximately $270 billion.

As of July 2018, the Ministry of Mining's Sustainable Development Division lists 123 projects with approved Environmental Qualification Resolutions (EQR), valued at nearly $34 billion.

Mining in Chile benefits from:

  • High quality, abundant resources and reserves
  • A stable legal framework
  • Opportunities for foreign investment.
  • Highly skilled mining specialists.
  • Established energy infrastructure and transportation network.
  • Goods and services suppliers in key mining areas.

Sources
https://www.trade.gov/knowledge-product/exporting-chile-market-overview?section-nav=4185
https://www.cochilco.cl/SIAC/Paginas/English/Mining-in-Chile.aspx

Mining in Argentina

Argentina shares a Cordillera mountain range that has helped create over 400 mining projects in Chile. In Northern Argentina, this same structure has created numerous gold and copper porphyry systems, but in general the country remains under-explored and under-developed relative to its western neighbour.

Known for its lithium resources as well as its copper and gold potential, the country also has resources of lead, molybdenum, silver, zinc and uranium.

In recent years the mining industry represented only 1 per cent of the national GDP, but reportedly, forecasts indicate that the mining sector’s overall contribution to the country’s GDP will increase by 3 or 4 per cent in 2025.

Sources
https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=456cc64f-4ec7-4478-8a16-8898aa799c0f&g=456cc64f-4ec7-4478-8a16-8898aa799c0f
https://investingnews.com/innspired/mining-one-of-the-fastest-growing-sectors-argentina-economy/

Mining in Paraguay

The mining industry in Paraguay is currently small relative to its neighbouring countries, focused mainly on iron ore production. However, the country is considered to have strong geological potential, with the same geology that other countries currently have and exploit.

Paraguay is open for foreign investment, with a series of legislations that protect strategic investments and guarantee a friendly environment for the development of large industrial plants and infrastructure projects.

Source
https://www.eurasiareview.com/07122018-paraguay-attractive-country-for-investments-in-mining-and-food-industries-oped/