CONDOR RESOURCES INC.
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CONDOR RESOURCES INC.
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Profile

Sector: Basic Materials
Industry: Integrated Mining
Employees: ---
Condor Resources Inc. is engaged in acquiring and exploring mineral properties located in Peru. The Company is engaged in exploration of minerals with an emphasis on gold and copper prospects. Its projects include Soledad, which is a 7.13-square kilometer gold-silver-copper (Au-Ag-Cu) property located in the Yanacocha-Pierina epithermal metals volcanic belt of the Central Andes; Pucamayo, which is a 36-square kilometer epithermal gold-silver property; Ocros, which is a porphyry copper project in northern Peru, located approximately 180 kilometers north west of Lima on a continental-scale north west trending fault system, in the Central Andes; Lucero, which is a 21-square kilometer property with over three concessions; Chavin, which an eight-square kilometer property located within the central Andes precious metals belt; Quriurqu, which is a 2.5-square kilometer property in northern Peru, and San Martin, which is a 4.45-square kilometer property located in the Department of Arequipa.

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