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Perseus gets public support from Sudan for ambitious mine development

PERSEUS Mining’s ambitious plan to build a circa-200,000 ounce per annum gold operation in the Sahara region of Sudan near the border with Egypt got public support today from Sudan’s minister of minerals Mohammed Basheer Abdalla Mennawi.

 Perseus managing director Jeff Quartermaine

Perseus managing director Jeff Quartermaine

Speaking at Africa Down Under, the minister specifically cited the planned mine development as he noted the country's mining scene included ventures by Chinese, Russians, Canadians, Qataris, Turks, Saudis...

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