Kinross acquires high-grade gold areas in Russia

By Vladimir Basov

Canadian miner Kinross Gold Corporation (TSE:K), the world’s fifth largest gold producing company, acquired exploration and mining rights for potential high-grade gold-silver deposits in Russia.

Kinross Gold’s subsidiary — Chukotka Mining and Geological Company (CMGC) —  won auctions entitling it to develop two gold-silver prospective areas located in the Chukotka region …read more
Source: Mining.com- Gold News

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