By Robert Tyerman | Wednesday 4 February 2015
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Jeremy Martin, chief executive officer of unloved nickel hopeful Horizonte Minerals (HZM,) says latest drill results from bulk sampling at the AIM and Toronto-quoted company’s Araguia nickel project in Brazil ‘confirm high nickel grades that are scheduled for the early stages of Araguia’s mine life.’ He is also celebrating what London-based Horizonte describes as ‘positive support’ for the project, south of the Carajas mining district in north central Peru’s Para State, shown at a public meeting with the local community and government representatives, a development Martin dubs ‘a major milestone towards receiving our preliminary licence’ to develop Araguia.
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