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24.857.427 von aGoodFriend1 am 26.10.06
Macht man nun aus 1 Company 3, so bedeutet das
Zugewinn für die Aktion#re. 3 Companies sind mit Sicherheit mehr
als 10 Mio FD wert.
Doch seht selbst:
=DJ CANADA VENTURE: Mexivada Assets Could Be Spun Off --
By Brian Truscott
Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES
VANCOUVER (Dow Jones)--Mexivada Mining Corp. (MNV.V) might want to
changing its corporate name, now that one of its more prominent
projects is in
Africa - not Mexico or Nevada.
In fact, Mexivada's latest project is in the Republic of Congo
where its subsidiary, Compagnie Miniere du Chaillu, has just been
new concessions for raw diamonds in the Chaillu Massif, which is in
the Mayoko greenstone belt. The company now has four concessions
for gold and
diamonds as well as four additional prospecting permits in the
"There's never been any work in this Mayoko greenstone belt so this
huge potential," said Richard Redfern, Mexivada's chief executive
The bottom line here is that the property has a
gold-diamond mineralization - that's a good thing,
"Witswatersrand (mineralization) has some of the world's largest
(and there are diamonds in them also)...and we could have
conglomerates that have been enriched by gold-bearing vein systems,
the possibilty for open-pit mining," he said. "If there's any
it's the size we think it is, the majors will come running in."
Sounds great, but as always with a junior mining company, highly
However, the prospect looks tempting and Redfern - a geologist who
with majors and juniors, including Barrick Gold Corp. (ABX), since
1975 - has
been sitting on the Congo property since the mid-1990s.
Congo, Yes, But Don't Forget Numerous N.A. Assets
While the Congo property looks enticing, Mexivada still has its
Americas-based assets, including the Jefferson property in Nevada -
in an area
that's historically been associated with mining and one that's
attracted some of
the more major rivals, including Barrick, Newmont Mining Corp.
(NEM) and Kinross
Gold Corp. (KGC). Mexivada awaits forest service permits but has
identified seven or eight targets for open-pit or underground mines
in the area.
"We'll get that (permitting) done within six to 12 months," Redfern
In Mexico, Mexivada continues to work its gold-silver (and lead and
Yecora property, which is near the state of Chihuahua.
However, a more pressing problem for Redfern - and the company's
board - is
that Mexivada is now sitting on a number of assets that are growing
in value as
exploration gradually moves toward development.
"We have to figure out some way to do deals on individual entities
some bigger, cash-rich company doesn't just take us out, lock,
barrel," he said. "We might spin (the African property) off into a
corporate Congo diamond corporation - and then we can spin off the
(assets) into something else as well as putting the U.S. assets
The Congo-based asset spin-off would create immediate shareholder
value - as
well as for Redfern, given that he owns 2 million of the 23.4
outstanding shares in Mexivada.
Ultimately, the next year looks to be a make-or-break period for
"Within a year, we'll have things explored well enough" to create
interest in the company, Redfern said.
"We're not miners," he said. "We want to attract some major and
companies; when we find enough to get them interested, they'll come
in and buy