Dajin Resources Corp. (DJI Ė TSX Ė V) is a British Columbia mineral exploration company whose current focus is on the development of mineral properties in Argentina. Argentina offers one of the most politically stable and friendly jurisdictions for the mining industry which is essential for the exploration and development of Dajinís Salinas Grandes /Guayatayoc boron, lithium, potash project. Dajin has a well experienced management and technical support team with an impressive history of identifying, developing and taking mining projects through to production in both North America and South America.
In 2010 Dajin received a certificate from the Mining Authorities of Jujuy Province, located in north western Argentina, confirming that the company has title and control over 83,248 hectares of exploration or exploitation rights covering Dajinís Salinas Grandes/Guayatayoc Basin lithium, potash and borate project. Dajinís continuing title and control is dependent on Dajin complying with the statutory requirements required to maintain mineral rights of that particular class of concession in Argentina and Jujuy Province. As a consequence of Dajinís 100% ownership in the concessions the company will have no payments or work commitments to previous owners and no royalties to pay to third parties.
Dajin recently completed an interpretation of seismic data covering part of its acquisitions that has identified a series of salt horizons that are very prospective for brines rich in boron, lithium and potash. Dajin continues its primary focus on the project with an initial 6 hole drilling progarm that will supply downhole data to reinterpret the seismic data and provide direction for the upcoming work program.
Dajin Resources Corp. ("Dajin") also has mining projects in the Cariboo Mining District in central B.C. Within the Cariboo Mining District Dajin holds a 100% interest in 29 mineral claim block called the Addie 1, southeast and adjacent of the recent gold discovery by Spanish Mountain Gold Ltd., and 20 mineral claim block called the Addie 2 in the Eureka Peak region. In addition, in the Cariboo Mining District Dajin has the right to earn a 65% interest in the Cowtrail copper/gold porphyry property which is adjacent a copper/gold project that Gold Fields Limited has commited to spend up to $19 million over the next seven years.