By Tom Winnifrith | Monday 5 June 2017
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It seems that jam tomorrow, cash guzzling, gold play Condor Gold (CNR) is having a few problems with the locals as it pretends that it is going to develop the low grade La India project in Nicaragua a mine that has been closed for more than twenty years after a 1995 flood. Oddly the company has not got around to telling investors about this via an RNS. But in case hapless boss Mark Child is too busy to do this, let me help.
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