SOURCE: Uranium Hunter Corp.

April 21, 2014 16:15 ET

Uranium Hunter Corporation Announces Proposed Revenue for Minas Core Mining Inc.

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - Apr 21, 2014) - Uranium Hunter Corporation ("The Company") (OTC Pink: URHN) (PINKSHEETS: URHN) is pleased to announce that in conjunction with the press release posted this morning, and previous discussions and collaboration with the president of Minas Core Mining Inc., the Company can confidently project first year revenue at between $5.5 - $6.0 Million USD. The foregoing figures are based on extraction from only the first one hundred hectares of available extractable land.

Over the next two-week period, the Company will release more comprehensive details regarding phasing Minas Core Mining Inc. into full production and the timeline associated therewith.

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