Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.:
40.920.078 von Investnix am 25.01.11
13:32:09Excerpt from the January 24, 2011
“Metals Morning Note” issued by Salman
Partners of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Canada Zinc Metals Corp.
TSX.V: CZX; Frankfurt: A0RAQJ
No more ore at Century
Reuters has reported that the owner of the giant Century
zinc-lead-silver mine in Australia, Hong Kong-listed Minmetals
Resources Ltd says “The exploration that we have been doing around
Century for quite a long time has failed to produceany evidence of
a major extension of the orebody.” Thus, the mine remains “set
for closure in 2015”
We have previously pointed out that Century is to be part of a wave
of zinc mine closures beginning next year, and accordingly
recommend investment in operators and developers of zinc mines that
should be in production by the end of this decade."
The note then goes on to list Canada Zinc
Metals Corp. as one of the top plays in the development of zinc
About Canada Zinc Metals Corp.
Canada Zinc Metals is a mineral exploration company focused on
unlocking the potential of a future long life mining district in
British Columbia, Canada. The Company is the dominant land holder
in a world class mineral belt called the Kechika Trough which hosts
in excess of 80 million tonnes of base metal resources. Canada Zinc
Metals owns a total of 78,526 hectares in 233 claims which extend
northwestward from the Akie property for a distance of 125 km.
The Company has filed a NI 43-101 report supporting the estimated
inferred resource of 23.6 million tonnes grading 7.6% Zn, 1.5% Pb
and 13.0 g/t Ag (at a 5% Zn cut off grade) at its flagship Akie
property. Using this estimate, the deposit contains 3.95 billion
pounds of zinc, 780 million pounds of lead and 8.95 million ounces
of silver. The deposit remains open in all directions.
Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group and Lundin Mining are significant
shareholders of the Company.
Please visit us at www.canadazincmetals.com