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  • Golden Eagle International, Inc.
  • Industry: Gold/Silver
  • City: Salt Lake City, UT
  • Golden Eagle International Inc. is a gold exploration and mining company located in Salt Lake City, and La Paz, Bolivia. The company is currently focusing its efforts on developing its mining rights on 74,000 acres in the Tipuani Gold Mining District, an area estimated to have produced 32 million ounces of gold in its known history, located in Western Bolivia; and continuing exploration on 125,000 acres in Eastern Bolivia's Precambrian Shield. Golden Eagle is a mining company with a social conscience, having supported many humanitarian programs at its mine site. For the past six years, the company has provided the