TSX:
CGG
HKSE:
2099
last:
2.02 (-0.02)
last:
12.98 (+0.08)
vol:
314,932
vol:
736,500

Company Overview

China Gold International Resources Corp. Ltd. (TSX:CGG – HKEx:2099) is a Canadian based, profitable and growing gold and copper producer. The company operates two producing mines in China: the CSH Gold Mine in Inner Mongolia Region, and the Jiama Copper-Polymetallic Mine in Tibet Region. CGG is the flagship and the only overseas listing vehicle of the largest gold producer in China and 39% shareholder, China National Gold (CNG).

Combined Gold Reserve / Resource
CSH and Jiama Gold Contained Gold
(M oz)
Proven / Probable Reserve 5.1
Measured / Indicated Resource(1) 8.5
Copper Reserve / Resource
Jiama's Copper Contained Copper (Billion Pounds / Thousand Tonnes)
Proven / Probable Reserve 5.8 / 2,651
Measured / Indicated Resource (1) 13.4 / 6,079

(1) Inclusive of Mineral Reserves

 
Steady Increase of Production

Steady Increase of Production

 

Highlights

  • Strong support from controlling shareholder – CNG, the largest gold producer in China
  • Distinguished integrated PRC and international management with proven track record
  • Two producing mines and a pipeline of acquisition targets
  • Huge exploration potential providing significant resources and reserve upside
  • Clearly defined production growth profile, including Jiama Phase II and CSH expansion
  • International best practice in mine development and environmental protection
  • A regional benchmark in China
  • Strategy in place for organic and accretive growth  

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Support from Major Shareholder

CGG leverages the technology, engineering, operating, government relationships, financing capabilities and international project pipeline of China National Gold.

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Top 10 Institutional Shareholders

As of July 11, 2017

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Revenues, Mine Operating Earnings, Net Profit

Business in Vancouver named China Gold International as the fastest growing enterprise in British Columbia, Canada, by percentage growth in revenue between 2011 and 2015.

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2016 and Q1 2017 HIGHLIGHTS

financial performance


*Cash cost per pound of copper after by-product credits

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The CSH Gold Mine

One of the Largest Open Pit Gold Mines in China – Inner Mongolia

  • A conventional open-pit, heap-leach, gold-mining operation
  • Mining a large, bulk-tonnage, low-grade gold deposit
  • Principle product: Gold dore bars with silver by-product
  • Well-established basic infrastructure with excellent access to road and sufficient supplies of power, water and local labor force
  • Expansion Feasibility study completed in Q4, 2012 to increase mine processing capacity from 30,000tpd to 60,000tpd, thus shortening mine life to 11 years
  • Expansion construction is expected to be completed by the end of 2013
  • H2, 2014 - Expansion finished, commercial production begins. Processing capacity increased from 30,000 tpd to 60,000 tpd
  • Production is expected to grow to 260,000 oz. per year

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The Jiama Copper-Gold Polymetallic Mine

One of the Largest Cu-Mo-Au-Ag-Pb-Zn Mining Operations in China – Tibet

  • An open-pit and underground mining operation
  • Mining a large, skarn-type mineralization dominated porphyry copper polymetallic deposit with well-developed hornfels-type mineralization located in the Gangdise Copper Metallogeny Belt
  • Principle product: Copper with gold and silver by-product
  • Infill drilling program completed in 2012 to upgrade resources confidence and help further optimize mine design and reserves
  • Expected life of mine: 35 years
  • Commercial production began in September 2010
  • Phase I operation successfully completed
    • 6,000 tpd processing capacity
  • Phase II expansion is under progress
    • Increase processing capacity to 50,000 tpd when expansion is completed

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