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Griffin gets its wings back

Griffin gets its wings back

Griffin Mining’s (GFM) torturous wait for a new licence at its Caijiaying underground mine in China is over. The company revaled that it was “extraordinarily pleased” to say the Chinese natural resources ministry has accepted the lodgement of the licence for zone II at the polymetallic mine. It has been a long time coming and this was reflected by Griffin chairman Mladen Ninkov going beyond the usual RNS-speak in his statement. “It is with a great sense of joy and relief to be able to announce that our [application] has been accepted and is in compliance with regulatory provisions,” he said. “I couldn’t be happier for everyone involved in the company.”

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