Argentina Proving to be a Land of Opportunity for Marifil Mines Ltd. (TSX.V: MFM) (OTCQB: MFMLF)

Marifil Mines’ primary exploration goals involve high-demand gold, lithium and cobalt targets Argentina is the third-largest gold producer in South America and anticipates most of its geological potential has yet to be tapped Canada-based Marifil has numerous project sites throughout Argentina in search for gold, lithium, cobalt, nickel, platinum, silver, phosphate and potassium

Argentina’s nascent mining industry is proving to be a land of opportunity for Canadian explorer Marifil Mines Ltd. (TSX.V: MFM) (OTCQB: MFMLF), which has projects established throughout the country and most recently has been evaluating the gold and silver prospects of its property in the country’s southeastern province of Rio Negro.

Discovery of viable gold, lithium and cobalt deposits comprise the primary aim of the company, although it is involved in exploring for other metals as well. Argentina is the third-largest producer of gold in South America, thanks to the mineral-rich Andes mountain range and…

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