- The La India Concession was added to Condor’s portfolio in late 2010. Through a concession swap agreement with Canadian miner B2Gold.
- The Espinito Mendoza, La Mojarra and La Cuchilla (formerly HEMCO-SRP-NS) concessions were acquired from private companies in 2011, 2012 and 2013 respectively.
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Condor Gold is close to permitting their plant in Nicaragua. Where one hundred thousand ounces of gold are expected annually. This historical mining district shows potential for up to five million ounces of gold. A UK based AIM and TSX-listed exploration company focused above all on proving a large commercial reserve. On its 100% owned La India Project in Nicaragua. The company holds 100% ownership of a 313 km² concession package. Covering 98% of the historic La India Gold Mining District. The concession package comprises ten contiguous concessions. Six of the concessions were awarded directly from the government between 2006 and 2015. Remaining four concessions were acquired from other owners: