Shenzhen, China (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
On December 9 and 10, 2013, China Shouguan Mining Corporation attended the Global Resource Investment Conference held in Shenzhen, China, organized by NAI Interactive Inc. NAI Interactive Inc. holds the Global Resource Investment Conference in Shenzhen every December, which focuses on overseas investment in mining and energy sectors. The Conference offers a platform for discussions on risks, policies and strategies related to overseas resource investment and the opportunity for global companies to interact and develop relationships.
This year’s conference was attended by leading energy and mining experts, including the Minister of Energy and Mines of Canada’s New Brunswick Province, Queen's Counsel of Canada’s Alberta Province, Chief China Representative of the Toronto Stock Exchange, and Chief Financial Officer of Fosun Group’s Energy Division. The elite collection of experts gave keynote speeches at the Conference, providing valuable insights on overseas mining investment regulations and opportunities. In addition, the Conference also examined prospective undervalued mining projects in Africa and Australia and associated regulatory issues.
At the Conference, President Zhang Feize conducted high level meetings with numerous gold investment professionals, discussing Canada’s gold mining investment and capital market regulations as well as the opportunities and risks of Chinese companies’ overseas acquisition of mining rights. China Shouguan’s interactions with Conference attendees such as COLT, NOVA Copper, Crater Gold Mining and North Cliff Resources provided valuable market insights and strategies regarding overseas mining and acquisitions. China Shouguan gained an immense wealth of market insights from the Conference, providing valuable strategic planning guidance for the Company's ongoing due diligence surveys, market research, and the examination of regulatory landscapes in Canada as well as other mining rights-intensive regions.
As the first US-listed Chinese gold mining company, China Shouguan received significant media attention at the Conference. President Zhang granted an interview with the popular Hong Kong newspaper South China Morning Post, where he discussed the history and prospects of China’s gold mining industry as well as the Company's unprecedented opportunities in the gold mining sector.
During the course of Conference, China Shouguan attracted interest from both domestic and international investors. President Zhang reported successful investor meeting sessions and felt confident that the Conference was a invaluable opportunity to raise the profile of China Shouguan and build market awareness.
Throughout the Conference, President Zhang attended and led high level meetings, speeches and intensive one on one business sessions, gaining valuable market information regarding gold mining investment opportunities in overseas markets, particularly the Canadian market. China Shouguan intends to capitalize on the global market insights gained at the Conference and apply them in its overseas expansion efforts.
At the Conference, President Zhang made special note that the relatively low current gold price presents China Shouguan with valuable and strategic opportunities to purchase domestic and overseas premium resources at significantly lower costs. As part of the Company's broader global expansion efforts, China Shouguan intends to capitalize on cost effective resource acquisition opportunities, conduct expert-led research surveys on domestic and overseas gold mining projects and acquire mining and exploration rights that are compatible with the Company’s development strategy. Ultimately, China Shouguan is preparing for a breakout year in 2014, where it expects to aggressively expand the Company’s gold reserves, increase production capacity, and generate strong returns for its shareholders.
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