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MINING PEOPLE IN THE NEWS (February 18, 2003)

PACIFIC MINERALS of Vancouver has appointed a new president, Daniel Kunz, formerly of Ivanhoe Mines which holds 37.



PACIFIC MINERALS of Vancouver has appointed a new president, Daniel Kunz, formerly of Ivanhoe Mines which holds 37.7% of Pacific. Pacific has a portfolio of precious minerals properties in China.

Stephen Ward is now MINE RADIO SYSTEMS’ business development manager for Europe. His efforts will be focused on the tunneling industry and the appointment of several European agents.

In Bristol, England, CAMBRIDGE MINERAL RESOURCES has appointed Michael Thomsen the new executive chairman. He succeeds Dr. Peter Bolt who will take the title of Technical Director for the Lomero-Poyatos gold project in Spain.

Barry T. Davies has joined the CHAMPION BEAR RESOURCES board of directors. Davies’ career spans 30 years of exploration, development, mining and corporate management. Twenty of those years were spend with the BHP Group.


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