Mining News: Japanese firm sets sights on Man deposit
150-year-old conglomerate agrees to invest up to $40 million in exploration to earn majority stake in nickel-copper-PGE property
Itochu Corp., a multibillion-dollar Japanese conglomerate has agreed to invest as much as $40 million to earn up to a 75 percent stake in Pure Nickel’s 750-square-kilometer, high-grade nickel-copper-platinum group element Man property in Alaska.
Pure Nickel President and CEO David McPherson said, ““....
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