VANCOUVER, B.C. - Timmins Gold Corp. (TSX:TMM) today announced that despite continued support from Capital Gold's shareholders for a merger with Timmins Gold, the acquisition of Capital Gold by Gammon appears to have been approved by the narrowest margin.
Bruce Bragagnolo, CEO of Timmins Gold, commented: "Almost all of Capital Gold's fundamental institutional investors, as well as a large retail contingent, continuously supported our merger proposal. We are very grateful for their commitment to Timmins Gold and thank these fundamental investors for their support. We have no regrets and look forward to continuing to grow Timmins Gold and building value for our shareholders."
"Timmins Gold also thanks Steve Isenberg and Chris Dingle of M Partners, and Adam Givertz and Christian Kurtz of Shearman and Sterling, LLP for their guidance and hard work throughout this process."
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About Timmins Gold
Focused in Mexico, Timmins Gold Corp. became a gold producer in April 2010 with the commencement of commercial production at its wholly owned San Francisco Mine in Sonora, Mexico. In addition, the Company has an extensive portfolio of gold projects in Mexico.
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