SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwired - Jan 30, 2014) - Gold Mining USA Inc. (OTC Pink: GMUI) -- The Company announces that they have finalized all agreements for the purchase of the Gypsy Gold Mine in Douglas County, Nevada. GMUI had previously announced they had only the option to purchase the 160 acre Gypsy Mine from American International Ventures Inc. (AIVN) back in April 2013. We are building a strong strategic relationship with AIVN and are in current discussions to acquire further mining/resource projects
The Gypsy mine is located at T14N R21 E Section 21 NE1/4 near the Preacher. The Gypsy has a geological valuation report and the Company has appointed independent consultants to finalize a NI 43-101 report. The Company currently has a geological team assessing the historical data collected and is anticipating further developments that will be available on www.gmuiinc.com in the near future.
The GMUI business model will continue to focus on Mergers and Acquisitions and Debt/Equity placement of mining projects. We strive to provide structured capital funding for mining resources and specialize in Joint-Ventures and acquisitions. Our Group has extensive resources and technical expertise to financially engineer transactions for our projects.
President of GMUI, Maurice Byrne, says, "This is another milestone for our Company and its shareholders. The Geological teams are assessing all of the new possibilities that have been discovered in the independent geological evaluations. We have appointed more personnel and specialists who are assessing the best scenario for both Companies and shareholders. Our focus is to value add to all our projects and acquisitions and continue building the asset portfolio of GMUI."
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