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Royal Road drilling towards Caribe resource

Royal Road Minerals aims to produce a maiden resource estimate on its Caribe project in Nicaragua this year and advance its Guintar project in Antioquia, Colombia close to a maiden resource, president and CEO Tim Coughlin president and CEO of Royal Road minerals told Mining Journal.

 Royal Road Minerals' Guitar in Antioquia, Colombia

Royal Road Minerals' Guitar in Antioquia, Colombia

In Nicaragua, the company's progress at its Caribe target has been held up by the slow turnaround of assays on drill core, with a 58-day turnaround unable to provide the timely feedback the company needs....

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