Coro Mining Corp.

Coro Mining Corp.

November 19, 2009 14:02 ET

Coro Intersects 36 Metres at 2.43% Copper + 0.102% Molybdenum + 5.8 g/t Silver at Llancahue Property

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire – Nov. 19, 2009) - Coro Mining Corp. ("Coro" or the "Company") (TSX:COP) is pleased to announce results from a 6 hole 1,059m RC drilling program at its 100% owned Llancahue property, located 38km south west of the city of Talca in central Chile. The objective of this short program was to follow up a previous intersect of 100m at 1.375% CuT + 0.015% Mo+ 3.8g/t Ag in hole LLA-07 drilled earlier this year. The location of the 6 holes, which were all drilled at inclinations of -60 degrees, and the holes drilled previously, is shown on the accompanying map. Significant assay results are shown on the table below;

HoleFromTom%Cu%MoAg g/t

Hole LR-02 aimed at offsetting LR-01 to the south was abandoned at 136m before hitting target depth. Both holes LR-03 which offset LR-01 to the north and LR-05 drilled to the south of hole LR-04, intersected propylitically altered wallrock intrusive with traces of chalcopyrite, which have not yet been assayed. Hole LR-06 was a wild cat hole drilled to the west of Llancahue which also intersected propylitically altered wallrock, similar to holes LLA-01 to 06 drilled earlier this year.

Mineralization at Llancahue, as currently understood, is hosted by an apical hydrothermal breccia developed around a sub vertical finger of strongly potassically altered diorite, and comprises disseminated and veinlet chalcopyrite, bornite and molybdenite. The drilling to date suggests that this mineralized intrusive, and its brecciated contact zone is of restricted areal extent. However, the intensity of the alteration and the accompanying high grade copper molybdenum mineralization, together with the extensive propylitic halo, support the concept that a larger body of mineralized diorite may be present under cover to the west of the area drilled. This is further supported by the presence of strongly potassically altered, chalcopyrite and bornite mineralized breccia float found in two other locations on the property, and by the increasing intensity of alteration around the northern and western margin of the covered area.

Alan Stephens, President and CEO commented, "We continue to be encouraged by the grade, style and intensity of mineralization at Llancahue, which is both intrusive and breccia hosted. The extensive propylitic alteration is moderately magnetic, while the copper molybdenum mineralization is associated with complete magnetite destruction. Accordingly, we will extend the existing ground magnetic survey to cover the large covered area located to the south and west of the drilled mineralization, as well as completing alteration mapping of the covered area margins in order to define targets for follow up drilling."

All RC holes were sampled on a 2m continuous basis, with samples riffle split on site and one quarter sent to the Andes Analytical Assaying laboratory in Santiago. A second quarter was stored at a MCAL facility for reference. Samples were regularly transported to the laboratory by MCAL. Samples were prepared using the following standard protocol: drying, crushing to better than 80% passing -10#, homogenizing, splitting and pulverizing a 400g subsample to 95% passing -150#. All samples were digested in Aqua Regia and assayed by means of ICP and AA in samples exceeding the limits of the ICP (greater than 10,000ppm). A full QA/QC program, involving insertion of appropriate blanks, standards and duplicates was employed with acceptable results.

Angelo Peri, VP Exploration, Coro, a geologist with more than 24 years was responsible for the design and conduct of the exploration, and Alan Stephens, FIMMM, President and CEO, of Coro, a geologist with more than 34 years of experience is the Qualified Person for the purposes of NI-43-101.


Alan Stephens, President and CEO

About Coro Mining Corp.:

The Company was founded with the goal of building a mining company focused on medium-sized base and precious metals deposits in Latin America. The Company intends to achieve this through the exploration for, and acquisition of, projects that can be developed and placed into production. Coro's core property is the advanced San Jorge copper-gold project, in Argentina, and the Company holds other earlier stage exploration properties located in Chile.

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This news release includes certain "forward-looking statements" under applicable Canadian securities legislation. Such forward-looking statements or information, including but not limited to those with respect to the prices of copper, estimated future production, estimated costs of future production, permitting time lines, involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements or information. Such factors include, among others, the actual prices of copper, the factual results of current exploration, development and mining activities, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be evaluated, as well as those factors disclosed in the Company's documents filed from time to time with the securities regulators in the Provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

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