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Dynasty (DMM.to): Anyone still saying that miners can’t work in Ecuador?

To all naysayers of the Ecuador mining scene: You were wrong. Live with it. Dynasty Metals (DMM.to) is open for business.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Sept. 28, 2009) – The management of Dynasty Metals & Mining Inc. (TSX:DMMNews; “Dynasty” or the “Company”) is very pleased to announce the Company has poured its first gold at its recently commissioned gold processing plant at Zaruma in Ecuador. In total, the dory bars poured by the Company contained approximately ten kilograms (320 ounces) of gold and 50 kilograms (1,600 ounces) of silver.

Robert Washer, the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer commented: “This is a significant moment in the Company’s history and for the development of a modern mining industry in Ecuador. We would like to thank the government of Ecuador for its ongoing support for the development of the Zaruma Gold Project, which is the first large scale modern mining operation in Ecuador’s history.”

The Company has now successfully commissioned all sections of the plant. The Company will continue to optimize plant operations by processing material mined during the ongoing development of the declines.

I wonder what the idiot bashers will say next about Correa’s government and its attitude towards mining? So if the dumbass liars still want to argue facts, first look up what “gold pour” means, send them the definition and then tell them to….

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