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  • Public Airs Concerns About Round Top Mine

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  • Geovic Faces Financial Pinch, as Africa Project Unravels

    Geovic Faces Financial Pinch, as Africa Project Unravels Geovic Mining Corp., the Colorado company that launched plans for a rare-earth mine at Wind Mountain, faces dire financial straits. The company’s signature project – a decade-long effort to develop a cobalt mine in Cameroon, Africa – has run aground, amidst allegations that Cameroon officials embezzled public

  • TRER Signs Agreements with GLO on Land Purchase, Water Rights

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