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  • Pasinex Resources Announces High Grade DSO Sulphide Mineral Sale from the 50% owned Pinargozu Zn Mine 2016-11-03

    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 3, 2016) - Pasinex Resources Limited (CSE:PSE)(CSE:PSE.CN)(FRANKFURT:PNX) (the "Company" or "Pasinex") today announced its first sale of direct shipping (DSO) high-grade zinc sulphide material from its 50%-owned Pinargozu zinc mine in Turkey. The joint venture company Horzum AS reported a sale of 991 tonnes averaging 46.82% Zn. The approximate value of the product realized was over US$700 per tonne.

  • Pasinex Resources Announces High Grade DSO Sulphide Mineral Sale from the 50% owned Pinargozu Zn Mine 2016-11-03

    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 3, 2016) - Pasinex Resources Limited (CSE:PSE)(CSE:PSE.CN)(FRANKFURT:PNX) (the "Company" or "Pasinex") today announced its first sale of direct shipping (DSO) high-grade zinc sulphide material from its 50%-owned Pinargozu zinc mine in Turkey. The joint venture company Horzum AS reported a sale of 991 tonnes averaging 46.82% Zn. The approximate value of the product realized was over US$700 per tonne.

  • Pasinex Resources Announces High Grade DSO Sulphide Mineral Sale from the 50% owned Pinargozu Zn Mine 2016-11-03

    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 3, 2016) - Pasinex Resources Limited (CSE:PSE)(CSE:PSE.CN)(FRANKFURT:PNX) (the "Company" or "Pasinex") today announced its first sale of direct shipping (DSO) high-grade zinc sulphide material from its 50%-owned Pinargozu zinc mine in Turkey. The joint venture company Horzum AS reported a sale of 991 tonnes averaging 46.82% Zn. The approximate value of the product realized was over US$700 per tonne.

  • Pasinex Resources Announces High Grade DSO Sulphide Mineral Sale from the 50% owned Pinargozu Zn Mine 2016-11-03

    TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Nov. 3, 2016) - Pasinex Resources Limited (CSE:PSE)(CSE:PSE.CN)(FRANKFURT:PNX) (the "Company" or "Pasinex") today announced its first sale of direct shipping (DSO) high-grade zinc sulphide material from its 50%-owned Pinargozu zinc mine in Turkey. The joint venture company Horzum AS reported a sale of 991 tonnes averaging 46.82% Zn. The approximate value of the product realized was over US$700 per tonne.

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    Canadian multinational miner Kinross Gold on Wednesday cut its capital expenditure forecast by $105-million, saying it has deferred spending at Tasiast's Phase One expansion project, in Mauritania. The Toronto-based company has deferred construction to 2017, after the temporary suspension of activities earlier in the year, when the West African country ordered expatriates whose work permits were invalid to stop working.

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