The Government of the Salta Province is Platinum Sponsor of Argentina Mining 2016
MENDOZA, ARGENTINA. August 30, 2016. Argentina Mining is pleased to inform that the Government of Salta is Platinum Sponsor of the 11th International Convention on Business Opportunities in Exploration, Geology, and Mining, Argentina Mining 2016, which will take place September 7-9, 2016, in Salta Province.

Salta has significant production of industrial minerals and copper-gold deposits such as Lindero and a wide variety of new lithium projects. It has a well-developed mining sector, with business and supplier mining chambers, a respected university of international quality and a government sector that supports sustainable mining and best practices in environment and community relations.

The Government of Salta is joining the 180+ entities already confirmed for the 20th year anniversary of the first Argentina Mining. The convention offers a 3-day conference program, exhibition of mining projects, products and services of main suppliers, and multiple networking opportunities.

About Argentina Mining SA

Argentina Mining SA is an Events and Marketing firm focused on the Argentinean mining market, with offices in Mendoza and Salta. Its objectives are gathering the mining community in Argentina and providing a place to promote the activity in the world, developing business opportunities for its members. The company organizes the premium international event of the Argentinean mining sector, the Argentina Mining Convention, which takes place biennially in Argentina since 1996, and the Latin Exploration Conference, among others. Additionally, it provides advisory services in public relations and marketing and develops supplementary products. 

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About Salta

Salta is an Argentinean province, and its capital is also named Salta. It has a large number of mining projects, including copper, gold, silver, and lithium, among others. Its current governor is Juan Manuel Urtubey.

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