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Brazil Resources Inc. is a publicly listed gold exploration company led by a proven management team focused on the acquisition and development of projects in emerging gold districts in Brazil and other South American countries. Currently, the company is advancing its flagship Cachoeira project in addition to the Montes Ńureos, Trinta and MauŠ gold projects in the Gurupi Gold Belt. Brazil Resources Inc. is also furthering exploration at its Artul‚ndia copper-gold project in Goais state and its Apa High project in Paraguay.
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The Gold Report Interview with Alka Singh
"I like Brazil right now. I really like Brazil Resources Inc., especially its transaction with Luna Gold Corp. to acquire the Cachoeira project. Drilling has just started there. Hopefully, it has some good results soon and the resource expands from 650 Koz to about 1 Moz. I like what Brazil Resources has done. The market is right for a ripe story. Brazil Resources might just fit into that category. . .the company has an experienced management team and is supported by Brasilinvest, a leading merchant bank with more than 80 associates in 16 countries. . .[Brazil Resources' Chairman], Amir Adnani, is also the chief executive officer of Uranium Energy Corp. I've known him for about five years. He does what he promises and he does deliver. Everyone said that Uranium Energy's Goliad project would never get permitted, yet Amir was always confident that it would. Just a few months ago, Goliad did get all its permits for production. Amir is very capable and hardworking. He's a good promoter and tells the story well."
The Gold Report Interview with Jocelyn August
"Brazil Resources Inc. is an interesting one. We recently started covering it because of its acquisition of the Cachoeira gold project from Luna Gold. We're waiting for the results of a 5,000-meter drill program there in early 2013. This drill program is going to be used to determine its updated mineral resources. Brazil Resources is an interesting company because of its strategy of acquiring more advanced-stage exploration properties to reduce its exploration risk. Its management team has a proven track record of success. We're looking forward to following this company."
The Gold Report Interview with Jay Taylor
"I like Brazil Resources Inc. a lot. One should always start by looking at management, and Chairman Amir Adnani is highly regarded. He did a remarkable job for Uranium Energy Corp. Brazil Resources has at least one very good, advanced-stage property now, and has arranged financing with Brazilinvest Group, a financial concern that owns a lot of the company's shares. . .politically, Brazil is one of the better jurisdictions these days and it has the geology."
Taki Tsaklanos, GoldSilverWorlds
"It's worth noting that Brazil Resources Inc.'s management team holds 30% of the outstanding shares, which is an obvious sign of their commitment and dedication to their company. . .the strategy of Brazil Resources is to grow by acquiring advanced-stage gold projects with proven resources at the right price. The experienced management team, their ability to access capital and the in-house technical expertise have allowed the company to, thus far, successfully execute this strategy."
The Gold Report Interview with Alka Singh
"I like Brazil Resources Inc. It just closed a deal about a month and a half ago with Luna Gold Corp., where it bought Luna Gold's Cachoeira project. The project has about 667 Koz gold and is expected to announce that it is getting into a PEA at Cachoeira. I think the company will be looking at other acquisitions as well. It's a good company with a management team that has a lot of experience in Latin America. . .I think that it's a good company to hold."
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