YMADYou Make a Difference (student award program)
YMADYacimientos Mineros Agua de Dionoso (Argentina mining company)
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Desde 2008, 20% de los beneficios de YMAD son transferidos a las universidades nacionales, algunas de las cuales los han rechazado.
The major pictorial details here ("a temple ymad of glas," "ymages," "stages," "tabernacles," "pynacles," "portreytures") are informed by the common visual objects and design of the contemporary Gothic edifice.
YMAD's entitlement is to 20% of the net before tax after project capital plus interest has been repaid.
Subject to a positive feasibility study and mine development proposal, Musto must pay YMAD $US2 million, to be followed by an additional $US2 million upon achieving commercial production.
YMAD, a quasi state-owned company, was created in 1958 for the benefit of the provincial government of Catamarca, the federal government, the University of Tucuman and the remaining universities in Argentina to exploit the mineral resources within its land concession.
YMAD itself owns the Farallon Negro gold operation, located approximately 5 km from the Bajo de la Alumbrera deposit.
In Catamarca province, ARC has been successful in obtaining exploration rights on five properties in the Farallon Negro area where Yacimientos Minero de Agua de Dionisio (YMAD), the provincial mining authority, operates an underground mine.
YMAD has extensively mapped and sampled the property and surface geochemistry has returned very high gold grades, up to 300 g/t.
An international tender was put out for YMAD, which owns and operates a gold-silver mine in Catamarca.