Pahang, Malaysia (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
Verde Resources, Inc. (OTCQB: VRDR) is currently in discussion with several mining companies for potential collaboration to carry out exploration and exploitation works on rare earth resources in Southeast Asia regions.
Under the scope of collaboration, Verde Resources will work with mining companies in identifying, prospecting and developing mining tenements with the potential of hosting rare earth resources in Southeast Asia regions. The mining companies will assist Verde Resources in coordinating with the respective local parties to secure the exploration and mining licenses.
For the potential joint venture, Verde Resources is in discussion with these mining companies to negotiate a joint funding deal to set up the mining infrastructure for the exploitation of rare earth resources at the prospective mining tenements.
Mr. Wu concluded, “We see the potential joint venture as an opportunity for geographical expansion of our mining operations into Southeast Asia regions, which will be a significant possible market for Verde Resources. The evolvement of technological innovation will continue to improve our ability to find new mineral resources and this will help drive the long-term value for our shareholders."
About Verde Resources, Inc.
Verde Resources, Inc. is an exploration stage mining company focused on global mining acquisition and development opportunities. Verde owns the management rights of Site IV-1 of the Merapoh Gold Mine in Pahang, Malaysia, which has four tons of alluvial gold resources and potential 30 tons of lode gold. Verde is also exploring for potential rare earth elements deposits in various parts of the world.
For more information, please contact Michael Liang: 852-215-21223 .
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