The Gold Mine Barrick May Regret Selling

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In a volatile economic and political world, gold has become the stable currency standard. Several savvy mining executives looked to take advantage of this opportunity by purchasing gold assets at rock bottom prices. One of the best examples of this is K92 Mining, who recently purchased a formerly producing high-grade gold mine in Papua New Guinea from Barrick Gold, the world’s largest gold producer.
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