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Eldorado Gold gets 15% stake in Canadian gold project

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Canadian gold miner Eldorado Gold active in Greece and Romania is buying a 15% stake in Canadian gold aspirant Integra Gold for $C14.6M via a 52.1M share non-brokered private placement.
The deal is to bring on Integra’s advanced, historic Lamaque South Gold Project, in the Val-d’Or, Quebec, gold district.

Deal gives the company a 15% stake in Integra.

The investment, at $0.28 per share, will give Integra up to a $27 million-cash injection, allowing it to move forward with an active fall and winter drill program.

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