New Pacific Metals Corp. is a Canadian Mining Issuer, in the business of exploring and developing precious metal mining properties in Bolivia, Canada and China.
The company's flagship project is the Silver Sand project in the Potosí Department of Bolivia. The largest shareholders are Silvercorp Metals Inc. (TSX/NYSE American: SVM), the largest primary silver producer in China, and Pan American Silver Corp. (TSX/NASDAQ: PAAS), one of the world’s largest primary silver producers, which operates six mines, including the San Vicente mine located in the Potosí Department of Bolivia.
New Pacific Metals is exploring and developing precious and base metals properties in South America, Canada and China.
The company's flagship project is the Silver Sand project in the Potosí Department of Bolivia
The largest shareholders are Silvercorp Metals Inc. (TSX/NYSE American: SVM), and Pan American Silver Corp. (TSX/NASDAQ: PAAS)
NEW PACIFIC METALS CORP. IS A CANADIAN ISSUER
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