Shenzhen, China (PRWEB) December 02, 2013
China Shouguan Mining Corporation (OTCQB: CHSO) said that it is planning to expand its gold mining operations in China. This will include further developing their existing gold mines and acquiring new underperforming mines plus potential exploration operations in China’s three major mineral rich zones.
The Company already has two successful gold mine and mineral development operations in Shandong Province, one of the China’s largest and richest gold zones. By 2014, China Shouguan will also have operations in Daxinanling, which has huge potential in gold zones and may become one of the country’s major gold zones in the future.
These new mines were part of the recent Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed with the Daxinanling Government to jointly establish and operate a gold mine operation company. China Shouguan is the first mining company to sign such an MOU with the Government.
While other Chinese companies are having to close or cut back foreign operations, as has happened in Africa and Peru, China Shouguan is benefiting from this return of capital and investor focus. The acquisition of additional mines is part of the Company’s plan to uplift to NASDAQ by 2015.
Feize Zhang, CEO, said, “While the Company is proud that it was the first Chinese gold mining operation to be listed on a U.S. exchange, we don’t want to rest on the past. Our future is continued growth and everyone in the Company is committed to success. My personal goal is to make our shareholders and our staff proud of our accomplishments.”
About China Shouguan Mining Corporation
China Shouguan Mining Corporation is a highly efficient gold mining exploration and development Company operating in the gold rich zone of Shandong Province, China. The Company acquires or leases underperforming mines in major gold zones and funds their expanded exploration and production utilizing industry-leading technologies.
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