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Anderson couldn't resist Firefinch's Morilla opportunity

FIREFINCH’S new managing director Michael Anderson couldn’t resist the opportunity of the top job at the ASX-listed company he now leads, describing last November’s Morila acquisition as “spectacular” and claiming the exploration upside is “enormous”.

 Established infrastructure at Morilla means low capex to get into production

Established infrastructure at Morilla means low capex to get into production

Anderson heads over to Mali later this month with Firefinch's plans for Morila being production of an average of 160,000 ounces per annum between 2022-2030.   All-in-sustaining-costs are expected to...

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