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Xtract Resources (AIM: XTR) is a resource, development and mining company whose focus is and will be to acquire brown field resource projects with a view to release value for its shareholders. The projects targeted will be in regions where mining and infrastructure is prevalent and the mining regulations transparent. Their current operations are the Manica Gold and Alluvials projects in Mozambique and Copper projects in Zambia & Australia.
Eastinco Mining & Exploration Plc (“Eastinco” formerly Equatorial Mining & Exploration) was established in 2012 to pursue the exploration, development, and trading of African industrial mineral assets. Eastinco is an investment company listed on the London Aquis exchange, with its primary asset being a Rwandan tin, tungsten and tantalum mining company, Eastinco Limited.
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