China Shouguan Mining Corporation Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Tong Guan Hong Ji Mining Company
SHENZHEN, China, June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — China Shouguan Mining Corporation (CHSO) is proud to announce today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Tong Guan Hong Ji Mining Company (“Tong Guan”) to lease Tong Guan’s business assets for one year with the intend to acquire afterwards should the operation deemed successful and profitable for China Shouguan.
Tong Guan is located in ShanXi province with equipment and technical professionals specializing in applying mud cyaniding technology on tail mineral sites. These processes not only allow extraction of Gold and other precious metals from the tail mineral sites, but also vastly improve the mining areas’ ecological environment which is a key objective of the local Government.
Mr. Feize Zhang, China Shouguan’s CEO, said, “This co-operation with Tong Guan is not just a good business sense, it is also an environment friendly endeavor. It goes a long way to demonstrate that China Shouguan is a socially responsible company.”
About China Shouguan Mining Corporation
China Shouguan Mining Corporation is a highly efficient gold mining exploration and development Company in the gold rich zones of Shandong and Hei Longjiang provinces in China. The Company acquires or leases under-performing mines in major mineral zones, then funds their expanded exploration and production utilizing industry leading technologies. China Shouguan is planning to acquire mining operations in Australia, N. America and SE Asia and is focused on uplifting to NASDAQ by 2015.
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