Golden Global Corp, (OTC SEC reporting Pink-GLDG) is pleased to announce that gold mining is expected to commence at its McDame lease in British Columbia, Canada in June/July 2015. Sufficient funds are being sought for the purchase of the extra machinery and equipment needed to enhance operational efficiency. All operations continue to be closely managed by John R Hope, Mining Consultant and President of the firm’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Golden Global Mining Corporation.
CEO Robert Leyne Lee stated “In anticipation of the implementation of our financial consolidation and expansion plan, a 100-to-1 reverse split was done in late December, 2014. The services of an experienced investment banking firm have been retained to advise and assist us in all aspects of the firm’s mission to become a profitable enterprise that will provide competitive returns to our shareholders.” Confirmation will be provided once mining starts and initial revenues are obtained. Mined gold will be sold to a major Canadian and US buyer, Technic Inc. (www.technic.com), with an Agent in Whitehorse, Yukon.”
About Golden Global Corp:
The company is a development stage gold mining company founded in 2009. It is presently traded on the OTC market as a Pink sheet, fully reporting to the SEC. Trading symbol is GLDG, website is www.goldenglobalcorp.com, and the company is expected to be revenue producing in the near future.
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