Sukari to become a coveted asset

The Sukari gold mine in Egypt is on its way to become a tier one asset with production of 500,000 ounces a year for ten years at an all-in sustaining cost approaching US$1,000/oz, said Centamin (LSE:CEY) CEO Martin Horgan, as a new mining code sees Egypt become a coveted destination.
Horgan spoke to Kitco correspondent Paul Harris at BMO's Global Metals & Mining Conference held in Florida last week.

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