The appointment of Mr. Gatley is noteworthy.
Mr. Gatley is based in the United Kingdom and has been a director of numerous Lundin Mining Corp. subsidiary companies and remains as a director of its Portuguese subsidiary, Somincor SA. He has previously served as a non-executive director of Alternative Investment Market- and Australian Securities Exchange-listed Union Resources Ltd. and Toronto Stock Exchange-listed Sunridge Gold Corp.
Richard Williams, CEO of Cornish Metals, and his new director Stephen Gatley are true global entrepreneurs of a caliber that you like to see. They both have a history of refusing to see difficulties, but rather only possibilities. The huge price increase in tin and the global demand that is coming for copper is going to make the Cornish projects worth a fortune for Cornish Metals shareholders.
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