(TSX: COG; LON: CNR) has received an environmental permit to build and operate a 2,800 tonnes per day processing plant at its 100% owned La India gold project in Nicaragua.
The news comes after what company CEO Mark Child called a “nearly two-year delay” in the permitting process.
He attributed the initial delay to Nicaragua’s November 2016 presidential election. Condor also decided to rework its mine plan to avoid resettling 1,000 people in the mining village of La Cruz de La India.
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