Royal Nickel still in financing talks for Dumont
May 02, 2013 | 05:02 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Royal Nickel Corp. has said that widespread bearishness on nickel pricing has failed to deter the investors that matter, with the company still in discussions with Japanese mining houses for the development of its Dumont project in Quebec.
The company is in the process of completing a project feasibility study, which should be released in June, Royal Nickel senior vice president of business development Mark Selby told AMM on the sidelines of the Metal Bulletin International Nickel Conference in Toronto. ....
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