Dajin Resources Corp. (DJI – V: TSX) 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 Dajin’s Salinas Grandes 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 North America, South America and else where.
DAJIN'S ARGENTINEAN BORON/LITHIUM/POTASH PROJECT
Dajin controls a 100% interest in mineral concessions in Salta and Jujuy provinces of Argentina that cover regions known to contain brines rich in lithium, potassium and boron. These concessions total approximately 103,248 hectares of salar (salt lake) and Tertiary paleo-salar in various drainage basins including 20,000 hectares in the Palar Salares and 83,248 hectares in the Salinas Grandes/ Guayatayoc salt lake basins.
Dajin’s principal foci for lithium exploration are the Salinas Grandes/ Guayatayoc salt lake basins. Our project data indicate the basins contain both permissive brine chemistries and lithium concentrations that are similar to those being produced from elsewhere. Within the Salinas Grandes/ Guayatayoc concessions is an established infrastructure comprised of a paved national highway, electric power and a gas pipeline with several small population centers in the region.