The project is expected to have a five-year mine life, extending the company's production from the Mulatos district to 2027 based on current mineral reserves, the company said. Alamos Gold also estimated initial capital outlay of $137 million for La Yaqui Grande, to be spent over two years starting from the second half of the year, when project construction is slated to begin.
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