Tamino Minerals, Inc. is pleased to announce to its shareholders our most recent event LOI to acquire Canada Cannabis Green Harvest.
According to data compiled by Mordor Intelligence, the global cannabis market was valued at USD 7.7 Billion in 2016 and is expected to reach USD 65 Billion by 2023.
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Tamino Minerals is expected to close the acquisition late December 2018. Canada Cannabis Green Harvest company quarterly sales are $2.7 Million. The company is projecting $5.4 Million in sales by next quarter.
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Pedro Villagran Garcia, CEO of Tamino Minerals stated, “I’m confident that the acquisition is going to get done, the acquisition will help us generate revenues.”
Garcia continued, “The goal as we go forward is to increase our stock price and reward shareholders with a potential share Buyback in 2019.”
In other news:
Tamino Minerals is actively working with its geologists to start the exploration program on 2 of our Mining Exploration Projects. The programs are expected to begin during Q3 2018 and last approximately 6 months.
The Exploration Program will include Geological Mapping, Trenching, Soil Geochemistry, IP Survey and ultimately drilling. The company will also make sure roads are improved and the creation of local jobs to support the local economy. The company will provide updates throughout the exploration of both projects.
Tamino Minerals, Inc. is a Montreal-based mining exploration company committed to deliver value to its shareholders by acquiring, developing and mining precious metals deposits in Mexico.
On behalf of the Board
Pedro Villagran Garcia President & CEO Tamino Minerals Inc.
Forward Looking Statements
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Date: November 12, 2018