MDG CAMEX INVESTMENT Present Investment $3,000,000 Proposed Investment $5- 10,000,000 Camex MDG Overview Pre-RTO Copper, Gold and silver mining investment Opportunity to own copper, gold, and silver at less than half todays market price 4 significant mining property investments in Mexico. 1. Samalayuca Copper Mining and Environmental permits approved for pilot mine. Financing for plant and mine start up in place. Production expected in Q1, 2012. New 43-101 completed. 2. Meus Silver and Gold. Meuss primary property is Escondida an early stage silver, gold, copper and lead property. A 43-101 is in process. Initial sampling shows very high silver content. Plans call exploration plan to determine the feasibility of and open pit pilot mine to be in production in late 2014. 3. VVC Exploration A 12% Camex owned company. In addition Camex has warrants to raise ownership an additional 15%. VVC has two Mexican gold properties, both have potential for significant gold. 4. Hard-Rock Gold A 30% Camex owned company focused on gold properties near Puerto Vallarta Mexico. Exploration is in process. Camex Mining Development Group Inc.(Camex) is a Canadian company formed for the purpose of investing in mining projects in Mexico and Canada. It does so, frequently in concert with Montreal based Palos Merchant Bank (PMB). PMB makes strategic investments primarily in four areas; mining, food and agriculture, financial technology, and energy. PMB,its clients and investors are significant investors in Camex. Camex serves as a strategic investment vehicle for PMB in the mining sector. Camex Investments To Date: Investment 1, Samalayuca de Cobre Camexs first investment, Samalayuca Cobre S.A. de C.V.(SC) is a Mexican mining company established to own and develop the Samalayuca Copper Project in Northern Chihuahua State of Mexico. This project lies approximately 60 kilometers South of the New Mexico border. Camex owns 34% of this project which is inclusive of the Kaity claim which is 10 kilometers long and 3 kilometer wide and covers an area of over 1600 hectares. Samalayuca is seeking to establish additional claims in the adjacent areas. Camex controls the project which is managed by Investmin San Miguel of Chihuahua. SC geologists have identified four mineralized sectors each with 3 different zones with strong commercial potential. Information from SCs extensive sampling and mapping along with information from previous exploration supports a pilot mining operation as the next step. The area selected for the 3 year pilot mine (less than 10% of the claim) is expected to produce at least 4.5 million tons and up to 14.5 million tons of copper ore with a copper content of at least 0.65%. Camex has secured financing for the pilot mine startup including all equipment, processing, and infrastructure expenditures. At a copper price of $3.50 per pound and a production cost of $1.00 per pound, production of 4.5 million tons of copper ore would produce over $100 million in profit. Production of 14.5 million tons, would produce more than $350 million in profit over the life of the mine. Samalayucas geologists hypothesize that the mineralization is as much as 300 meters thick and that there are three zones of copper ore in the project, including a very large high grade supergene (black zone). Total copper ore could be 500 million tons and maybe more. Investment 2, Exploracion Meus de Mexico (Meus) Meus is a 100% Camex owned Mexican Company with a very significant silver project (Escondida) that also contains gold, copper and lead. Early sampling shows more than 100 ounces of silver per ton of ore in some samples. A 43-101 is in process for this northern Sonora Mexico project, 70 kilometers from the Arizona border. Investment 3, VVC Exploration Inc. VVC Exploration is a public Canadian company with two properties in Mexico and one in Canada. One of the two Mexico properties, Cumeral is the companys primary focus. Cumeral has an estimated one million ounces of gold that can be mined as surface mine and is well situated for a pilot mine. The property is located in northern Sonora. The second property in northern Sinalao Mexico is a gold property that is surface mineable with an estimated 250,000 ounces of gold. Camex owns 15% of VVC and has warrants equivalent to another 15% of the outstanding shares. Investment 4, Hard-Rock Minerals Inc. Hard-Rock Minerals is a private Canadian company that owns two gold projects in Sinaloa Mexico. One of those projects has an estimated $25 million worth of gold ore that is easily extracted from the underground stopes which will be brought to the surface and shipped to a smelter as soon as the shaft is rehabilitated and the mine de-watered. The project is estimated to have several hundred thousand ounces of un-mined gold. Camex owns approximately 30% of this company. Potential returns for Investors Camex anticipates merging with a public company in 2011. Two target companies have been identified and negotiations are ongoing. A merger with one of these companies should occur before year-end. For more information on Camex contact Jim Culver, President Jim@CamexMDG.comJim@CamexMDG.com 212-689-4100 or 514-631-7878 La Choncha Open Pit Pure Copper Cathode from Pickle Solution85-95% Efficiency Jan 23, 2012
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