Trilha Gold Capital was featured in the column Radar Econômico, of Veja magazine. On Wednesday (11/25), the columnist Machado da Costa reported the announcement, in the coming weeks, of the acquisition by Grupo Trilha Gold Capital, of four large areas of great mining potential in Brazil, located in the North of Brazil.

“Only the certified production potential in these four areas is estimated by the company at three million ounces of gold (equivalent to around 100 tons of gold),” said the column. “At the current price, there are more than 5 billion dollars in gold hidden in the lands of these regions.”

The magazine also showed how gold mining returned to attracting investments in Brazil after a significant appreciation during the Covid-19 pandemic. “Brazil was once again the hot spot in the sector,” wrote Machado da Costa.

Trilha Gold Capital is a company that believes in Brazil, in the recovery of the economy, in the generation of jobs and, above all, in the dream of building a truly sustainable mining in the country. We are investing heavily in the company’s future, as we believe that the modern world will increasingly depend on mining.

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Entrepreneur buys areas in the North with gold estimated at US$ 5 billion

Precious metal mining returns to attract investments in Brazil after significant appreciation during the pandemic period

Given the general uncertainty regarding the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic period, gold, considered one of the security assets, appreciated significantly this year, reaching the unprecedented mark, in August, of 2,000 dollars per troy ounce (23 grams). Despite the recent low, it is now quoted at 1.8 thousand dollars, 50% above last year – the current level is attracting the attention of miners. Brazil, thus, was once again the sector’s turn.

Trilha Gold Capital group, chaired by Basel Ibrahim Al Jughami, will announce in the coming weeks the acquisition of four areas of great mining potential in Brazil. The investments will be made in areas located in the northern region of the country, as detailed by the company to Radar Econômico. The certified production potential in these four areas in Northern Brazil alone is estimated by the company at three million ounces of gold (equivalent to around 100 tons of gold). At the current price, there are more than 5 billion dollars in gold hidden in the lands of these regions.

The president of the TGC, Basel Ibrahim Al Jughami, foresees the start of extraction in August 2022. The pre-operational phase, according to him, starts now in January.

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