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A gold mine in the north-eastern Brazilian state of Carabobo could fetch up to $2.8 billion on the open market, with plans to build another mi바카라ne in the province set to increase the price of gold to as much as $30 a troy ounce.
Bosch-based firm Mercuria said in a note to clients last week it had launched a preliminary review of a $2.8 billion project for the mining rights at its gold mine near Belo Monte, near the country’s border with Colombia.
«Gold-related projects have increased in popularity recently with the advent of new international regulation on the mining of gold, especially due to the recent expansion of the United Nations’ Gold Council to include Brazil, South Africa, and the United States,» the firm said in an article on Wednesday.
«Gold-related projects have also become more common with the launch of new infrastructure, but these tend to have lower margins and more exposure to regulaCDC 철도청 카지노tory risk.»
Mercuria said it was seeking a 20 per cent-plus premium over market estimates to secure the land for the mine, which would include its own 1.7 million hectare concession.
While the prospect of expanding the mine’s reach has attracted investors such as Brazil’s mining giant Vale, Brasil’s governor of state Petrobras, the project is also raising concerns about a growing number of projects aroun카지노d the region.
Since the beginning of the year, the president of Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies, Luis Alves, signed a decree ordering federal authorities to crack down on companies exploiting mining rights under the constitution.
Mercuria has said it is planning to drill for gold next year and was planning to put its own gold-rich mining property on the market in the next five years.
The state-run oil firm, which has a controlling stake in the project, Rio Tinto, would provide the initial $3.8 billion and Mercuria was the project’s main investor.
Gold prices climbed 1 per cent on Wednesday as investors weighed up the risks of the gold rush, falling back almost four per cent on Tuesday.