The company submitted an LOI to Minera Tamidak Limitada to acquire the assets, rights and obligations of the Pimentón gold-copper project, which covers over 3,000 hectares, around 120 kilometers northwest of Santiago. Tamidak acquired the Pimentón mine after a bankruptcy process in 2018, and Cerro Grande aims to acquire the rights and obligations of the agreement that Tamidak signed with First Quantum last April, which includes executing a 3D geophysical exploration and preparing an internal feasibility report to reactivate the mine, at First Quantum’s expense.

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