May 4, 2022

Max Resource Corp (CVE:MAX, OTCMKTS:MXROF) CEO Brett Matich Interview

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Max Resource Corp (CVE:MAX, OTCMKTS:MXROF) CEO Brett Matich Interview
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Max Resource Corp (CVE:MAX, OTCMKTS:MXROF) is a mineral exploration company advancing its newly discovered district-scale Cesar copper-silver project.

The wholly-owned Cesar project is located along the world’s largest producing copper belt. The project has a solid infrastructure and is in close proximity to global majors Glencore and Chevron Corp.

Max Resource reported the discovery of the new high-grade drill target with preliminary assay results of 16.8m @ 8.3% copper + 146 g/t silver and 7.0m @ 8.5% copper + 143 g/t silver, both true width and open-ended.

In addition, Max controls the RT Gold project (100% earn-in) in Peru. The project is high-grade, with the potential for two large gold deposits.

Transcript

⛏ Max Resource CEO Brett Matich (00:00)

🇨🇴 Colombian copper project (00:58)

🥇 High-grade copper deposit (02:30)

🤝 Endeavour Silver partnership (05:30)

⏳ Timeline to production (06:02)

🧑‍⚖️ Colombian regulation & infrastructure (07:24)

💵 Colombian government mining royalties & investment (09:45)

🏔 Largest producing copper belt (Andean belt) (10:49)

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