China National Gold Group Corporation (TSX: CGG) has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Nonferrous Metals Society of China (NMSC) in Beijing to collaborate on development of multi-metal separation technology, as well as academic and personnel exchange. The parties will focus on improving the methods of separation and recovery rate of the various metals contained in the Jiama Project in Tibet, which contains copper, molybdenum, gold, silver, lead and zinc. Special technical staff from the Jiama Project will work closely with processing specialists from NMSC to test separation technology of the Jiama Project in order to further optimize the metal recovery rate of the Jiama Project.

NMSC is a national industry society comprised of scholars, scientific and technical personnel and enterprise management from all fields in the non-ferrous and related industries. NMSC includes, in particular, the Academic Committee of Flotation-China's top professional committee on this field.  ..The Board of directors and management team of China Gold International have accepted the advice of the participant experts and CGG's management has designed a three stage exploration program that will be executed A subsidiary of CHINAGOLDINTL (02099.HK) has conducted research upon an ultra-large gold mine in Inner Mongolia. The gold ore reserves at that gold mine amounted to 148.5 tons, Xinhua News Agency reported.

Experts believe it is still possible to discover further reserves deeper into the mine and at the surrounding area.

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