PRECIOUS METALS

GSilver equipped to build on good start

Deep inside the Pinguico silver mine in Guanajuato, Mexico, a concrete slab marks where mining operations suddenly came to a halt in 1913 when the Mexican Revolution broke out. The plug was put in place by the Pinguico Mining Company - then listed on the New York Stock Exchange - to safeguard its mine in the hope of a swift return to operations. The departing miners left graffiti on the walls with dates and clues as to who they were, hopefully leaving messages for the future, but Pinguico never came back.

Paul Harris in Guanajuato, Mexico
 GSilver's El Cubo mill in Guanajuato, Mexico

GSilver's El Cubo mill in Guanajuato, Mexico

James Anderson, chair and CEO of Guanajuato Silver—or the snappier GSilver—enjoys telling people that the company is the world's newest silver producer, having successfully restarted production from the...

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