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On 31st July this year it was “Admission And First Day Of Dealings On AIM” for AEX Gold Inc (AEXG , TSXV:AEX), with founder and CEO Eldur Ólafsson emphasising “a highly exciting moment for AEX Gold, with our successful fundraise allowing us to progress our corporate vision, whilst also providing UK and European investors with the opportunity to be a part of Greenland’s growing gold sector. We now have the financial capacity to push forward to production at our high-grade Nalunaq gold mine together with targeted exploration across our wider gold acreage in Southern Greenland. Our ambition is to become a full-cycle gold mining business of scale in Greenland, with Nalunaq the first project in what we believe could be many from our existing portfolio of gold assets”. But hang on, haven’t we heard of Nalunaq before?…
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