TransGlobal Gold Corp is a U.S. based Nevada corporation. TransGlobal is engaged in the exploration, development, and production of Gold and Diamonds from gold bearing alluvial gravel deposits located in the Republic of Guyana, South America as well as the United States.
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The Company has limited financial resources, is in the preliminary stage of development, and is currently working towards production in the third quarter of 2018. Though the Company has collected some samples and accumulated some data relating to anticipated gold and diamond content and values, the Company has not conducted a systematic or scientific study of its targeted locations. The Company makes a preliminary determination of prospective values and then proceeds with deploying resources into “production” rather than “testing.” In pursuing this operational course, “production” will represent both the “testing” and the “results.” The Company does not currently intend to carry on its books any asset values for ‘reserves.”
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