MINING NEWS: Yukon Zinc battles loss of confidence
Wolverine feasibility study indicates reduced production due to recoveries; Vancouver-based junior hopes to develop hard rock mine
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Vancouver-based Yukon Zinc engaged in a struggle to reassure shareholders in May after a feasibility report on its Wolverine property indicated that annual production would be lower than expected. The company’s share price fell from $1 to around 50 cents on the Canadian Venture Exchange when the rep....
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