Jaguar Mining Provides Update of Operations, Exploration and Certain Corporate Initiatives



    2008 Gold Output Estimated at 160,000 oz, Up 128%; Paciência Project to
    Begin Commissioning in March

    JAG - TSX/NYSE Arca

    CONCORD, NH, Jan. 21 /CNW/ - Jaguar Mining Inc. ("Jaguar" or "the
Company") (JAG: TSX/NYSE Arca, JAG.NT: TSX) provided a summary today of its
year-end and Q4 2007 operating performance, as well as information about its
current exploration program and certain corporate developments.

    Recent operating highlights include:

    
    -   For the full year 2007, gold production totaled 70,114 oz at an
        average cash cost of $346/oz compared to 37,876 oz at an average cash
        cost of $370/oz for 2006. During Q4 2007, the Company produced
        20,463 oz of gold at an average cash cost of $405/oz compared to
        9,303 oz at an average cash cost of $372/oz during the same period
        last year;

    -   For the 12 months ended December 31, 2007 and 2006, gold sales
        totaled 67,350 oz at an average price of $710 and 34,880 oz at an
        average price of $607, respectively. Q4 2007 gold sales totaled
        18,742 oz at an average price of $796 compared to Q4 2006 figures of
        10,373 oz at an average price of $608;

    -   For the full year 2007, which included some start-up issues not
        indicative of true operating capacity, Turmalina produced 45,527 oz
        of gold at an average cash cost of $283/oz. Gold production at
        Turmalina during Q4 2007 totaled 14,019 oz at an average cash cost of
        $346/oz. Turmalina was under construction during the same period in
        2006 and did not produce gold until January 2007. During December
        2007, production of both ore and doré was impacted by isolated
        mechanical issues in key components, which required extended periods
        to repair. Management estimates that the impact of the mechanical
        problems during December caused a shortfall of approximately 1,500 oz
        and increased average cash costs to $396/oz for the month,
        approximately $100/oz above normalized values considering the average
        feed grade processed during the month. The repairs have been
        completed and operations and costs have returned to expected levels;

    -   Work progressed on the Turmalina expansion effort during Q4 as
        evidenced by the conversion of inferred resources into measured and
        indicated (see Exploration Update below). The Company expects to
        complete the feasibility study to expand Turmalina to approximately
        100,000 oz of annual gold production during the current quarter and
        initiate construction immediately thereafter;

    -   For the full year 2007, Sabara produced 24,587 oz of gold at an
        average cash cost of $462/oz. Gold production from Sabara during Q4
        2007 totaled 6,444 oz at an average cash cost of $535/oz compared to
        7,772 oz at an average cash cost of $290/oz during the same period
        last year. Lower ore grades throughout the final nine months of 2007,
        which were expected and previously announced, were primarily
        responsible for the reduced output and higher costs at Sabara, a
        limited-life oxide operation;

    -   Construction at the Paciência Project is in the final stages with
        commissioning and start of production slated for March 2008. All
        permits required to commence operations have been received and the
        overall project is 88% complete. Photos of the latest construction
        progress at Paciência can be viewed on the Company's website under
        the Gold Projects tab
        http://www.jaguarmining.com/s/PacienciaPhotos.asp;

    -   Management currently estimates gold production and cash operating
        costs for FY 2008 as follows:

    Operation              Est. 2008 Production          Est. 2008 Cash Cost
                                            (oz)                       ($/oz)

    Turmalina                            88,000                     $275-285
    Paciência                            49,000                    $335-$340
    Sabara                               23,000                     $495-505
                                       ---------
      Total                             160,000                    $325-$330

    Note: Estimated cash costs based on an exchange rate of R$1.85/US$1.00.

    -   Based on the previously announced timeline, the Caeté Project remains
        on schedule with completion of the feasibility study expected for the
        end of Q1 2008. Further success was achieved during Q4 2007 with
        delineation of additional mineralized zones at both Pilar and Roça
        Grande, which the Company now believes will lead to the development
        of an even larger operation based on new drill results;

    -   Under the Normal Course Issuer Bid program announced in August 2007,
        the Company purchased 174,000 shares at an average price of $9.92 in
        Q4 2007;

    -   The Company implemented a new program to effectively eliminate the
        financial impact of forward sales contracts by purchasing offsetting
        forward contracts timed to the existing forward sales contracts,
        which were required by a lender for project financing for the
        construction of Turmalina. This strategy results in little or no
        impact to the Company's financial performance after Q4 2007;

    -   Jaguar will hold an analyst meeting and tour of the Company's
        operations in Minas Gerais, Brazil, April 8-11, 2008;

    -   The Company intends to participate at several industry conferences
        during Q1 2008. This schedule is located under the Investor Relations
        tab http://www.jaguarmining.com/s/EventsCalendar.asp
    

    Daniel Titcomb, Jaguar's President and CEO stated, "Experience is the
cornerstone of Jaguar's operating team's accomplishments and our continued
exploration success reaffirms our belief in Jaguar's underlying potential and
opportunity for greater production from existing assets. With the Paciência
Project nearing completion, we look forward to stronger operating performance,
lowering costs and increasing production. To that end, we will continue to
utilize our ability to purchase Jaguar shares in the open market under the
NCIB program as necessary to maximize Jaguar's overall value. Our NCIB program
demonstrates our determination to reward shareholders for their support."

    Exploration Update

    Jaguar's aggressive drill program continues to produce very promising
results at all of the current targets under consideration. Generally the
deepest intersections continue to show the mineralization is open at depth. A
discussion of each region or area of focus follows:

    Paciência Project

    No new drill results are available since the last update provided by the
Company in mid-October 2007.
    During late 2007, the Company opened a second mine entrance approximately
2 km to the North of the St. Isabel mine entrance and has completed
approximately 250 m of excavation to-date. From this second entrance,
approximately 2 km of excavation will take place to connect to the ramp system
at the St. Isabel mine at the second level. Exploration will be conducted
along with the development effort to add additional tonnes vertically as well
as horizontally and further increase the resource base for Paciência.

    Caeté Project

    The Company continues to advance the Caeté Project feasibility study,
which is expected to be completed by the end of Q1 2008.

    Pilar Target: As part of that effort, the Company initiated Phase 3
drilling at Pilar and obtained the following drill intersections results:

    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Main Drill Results - Pilar Target/CTX Project
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Hole             From           To          Grade        Thick.
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                     (m)            (m)         (g/t)         (m)
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    444.65        454.65         4.39        10.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    PMS-80          467.65        468.65        29.00         1.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                    474.65        484.65        10.98        10.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    PMS-81          332.00        338.00         2.06         6.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                    356.60        357.60         6.35         1.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    PMS-84          300.05        311.05         5.84        11.00    Phase 3
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                    328.50        334.40         6.79         5.90
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    PMS-86          595.20        597.20         4.02         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    549.90        551.85         4.93         1.95
    PMS-87       ---------------------------------------------------
                    560.70        565.25         4.83         4.55
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    PMS-89          531.40        543.40         3.83        12.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    PMS-90          745.55        756.75         3.67        11.20
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Note: not all holes represent true width
    

    The 12 holes delineated above represent the main intersections achieved
over approximately 6,500 m of drilling. In total, 11,000 m of drilling is
planned in Phase 3 at Pilar. The deepest holes (PMS - 86, 87, 89 and 90) show
that the ore is open at depth. While the Company is analyzing the information
from the Phase 3 drill program, no new resources estimates are available at
this time.

    Roça Grande Trend: In September 2007 the Company initiated a second phase
of drilling at selected targets along the Roça Grande Trend. A total of
20,000 m of drilling is planned in Phase 2 to test the continuity of the
structure and convert inferred resources to measured and indicated.
Approximately one-half of the drill program has been completed with the
following intersections encountered:

    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
           Main Drill Results (Phase 2) - Roça Grande/CTX Project
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Hole             From           To          Grade      Thickness
                 ---------------------------------------------------  Target
                     (m)            (m)         (g/t)         (m)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-222         280.00        282.00         5.58         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-223         205.70        207.70         6.85         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    149.30        150.35         8.32         1.05
    FRG-224      ---------------------------------------------------
                    169.40        170.40        11.52         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-225         159.90        163.90        10.33         4.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-226         311.15        316.15         2.33         5.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-229         265.25        269.25         5.68         4.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------   RG-02
    FRG-232         349.85        354.80         4.55         4.95
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    110.20        112.20         4.80         2.00
    FRG-234      ---------------------------------------------------
                    116.20        118.20         4.85         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-237          78.65         81.80        10.05         3.15
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-238          37.75         42.75         2.28         5.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-239         172.85        174.60         8.18         1.75
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-243         178.60        185.60         4.07         7.00
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-310          73.35         82.55         2.30         9.20    RG-03
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-608          78.50         80.60         4.14         2.10    RG-06
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-609         166.20        167.20         7.10         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-613          94.90         95.90         7.68         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    235.20        237.20         2.73         2.00
    FRG-614      ---------------------------------------------------
                    252.70        253.70         3.27         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    289.00        291.00         2.00         2.00
    FRG-617      ---------------------------------------------------
                    299.70        300.70         7.17         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-618          96.10         97.75        15.74         1.65
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FRG-620          29.25         31.25        13.83         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Note: not all holes represent true width
    

    Management believes the current drilling program at Pilar and Roça Grande
will initially identify approximately one million ounces of gold resources as
part of the feasibility study. This estimate is based on a total tonnage of
approximately 6.0 to 7.0 million tonnes at an average grade of approximately
5.0 g/t. The potential quantity and grade detailed above for Pilar and Roça
Grande is conceptual in nature. There has been insufficient exploration to
define a mineral resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will
result in this target being delineated as a mineral resource.

    Sabara Operation

    In order to add oxide resources to feed the Sabara Plant and therefore
increase its mine life, Jaguar is developing a program at Sabara and Caeté in
a 15,000-hectare area. The primary target is called Serra Paraiso.

    Serra Paraiso Target: This area was explored by VALE from 1990 to 1995.
Based on information supplied to Jaguar, VALE discovered significant
mineralized areas in a limited effort, but did not pursue the project.
Subsequent to VALE's release of the mineral claims, Jaguar acquired the
exploration concession.
    Gold mineralization in the area was identified in a North-South Trend
over 4 km and soil geochemistry followed by trenching defined the drill
targets. During much of 2007, Jaguar completed 60 drill holes totaling 4,590 m
and encountered the following main intersections:

    
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                                       Intervals
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    Hole             From           To          Grade      Thickness
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                     (m)            (m)         (g/t)         (m)
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-001          57.90         62.15         6.53         4.25
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                     78.75         79.70        15.67         0.95
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-003          44.05         47.05         2.70         3.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                     38.15         45.20         2.10         7.05
    FLV-005      ---------------------------------------------------
                     47.80         50.70         2.02         2.90
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-006          48.40         49.40         4.25         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                     22.35         27.15         6.32         4.80
    FLV-007      ---------------------------------------------------
                     49.05         50.35        22.00         1.30
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                      9.50         10.50         5.13         1.00
    FLV-011      ---------------------------------------------------
                     28.90         30.90         2.49         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-014          19.50         23.90         2.45         4.40
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-018          22.60         29.45         3.12         6.85
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                     72.20         74.60         3.25         2.40
    FLV-020      ---------------------------------------------------
                     87.15         90.05         4.18         2.90
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                     81.50         83.80         9.21         2.30
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    FLV-023          87.95         89.20         7.48         1.25
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                     95.80         99.10         4.51         3.30
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-024          19.45         23.55         1.89         4.10
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-025          80.80         81.80         8.78         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-027          96.05         98.45         1.93         2.40
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-029          68.00         70.15         6.60         2.15
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-030          98.45        103.10         2.38         4.65
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-031          96.40         98.75         2.02         2.35
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-033          50.10         51.40         4.75         1.30
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-035          95.95        100.85         1.72         4.90
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-036          58.80         66.45         3.26         7.65
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-040          40.25         41.20         4.30         0.95
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-041          33.50         35.50        27.13         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FLV-045          28.25         32.10         2.01         3.85
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-002          34.10         40.80         5.38         6.70
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-004          33.30         35.45         5.95         2.15
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-005          57.75         62.75         2.20         5.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-006          11.55         13.55         2.58         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-007          27.40         29.15         2.02         1.75
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-009          11.55         14.70         2.04         3.15
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    FSP-013          78.10         81.70         1.86         3.60
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Note: not all holes represent true width
    

    Metallurgical recovery tests indicated that both the oxide and transition
ores can be treated at the Sabara Plant, with gold recoveries estimated at
approximately 85%. Jaguar has completed the evaluation of the target and
intends to begin mining activities during the second half of 2008. Prior to
initiation of that mining, the Company will complete its analysis of the drill
program and publish resources estimates for Serra Paraiso.

    Turmalina Expansion

    During Q4 2007, Jaguar completed the underground crosscut to access the
Satinoco ore body through the existing ramp developed by the Company to mine
the Main and Northeast ore bodies at Turmalina.
    The preliminary diamond drill program, which included 68 drill holes
totaling 10,400 m, defined three mineralized ore zones. The evaluation of
these ore bodies generated inferred resources of 276,000 oz.
    In mid-2007, a complementary infill drill program was initiated to
upgrade inferred resources to measured and indicated. This effort included
48 drill holes totaling 12,700 m and was concluded in November. Highlights of
that drilling program are as follows:

    
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                                       Intervals
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    Hole             From           To          Grade      Thickness
    Number           (m)            (m)         (g/t)         (m)
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-69          108.70        110.70         4.45         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-71          182.30        183.30         7.00         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-74          278.00        283.00         2.52         5.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-77          163.50        168.80         6.05         5.30
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    171.60        172.60        13.38         1.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    STN-78          175.60        178.60         6.15         3.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                    183.00        186.60         4.10         3.60
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-80          248.00        251.00         3.22         3.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-83          190.20        194.00         6.10         3.80
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-86           85.00         87.00         4.20         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-90          214.20        218.00         7.52         3.80
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-91          250.00        252.00         3.63         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-92          269.00        276.00         3.89         7.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    273.90        276.00         3.39         2.10
    STN-94       ---------------------------------------------------
                    290.00        292.85         3.66         2.85
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-95          269.25        273.25         3.10         4.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                     95.00         99.00         6.22         4.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
    STN-99          102.00        104.00         6.88         2.00
                 ---------------------------------------------------
                    109.00        110.80         5.57         1.80
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
                    307.20        311.20         3.38         4.00
    STN-100      ---------------------------------------------------
                    331.00        335.00         8.76         4.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-101         337.80        338.80        25.54         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-104         204.20        206.30         5.08         2.10
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-105         250.15        253.15         3.05         3.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-108         239.00        241.00         3.89         2.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-110         346.70        347.70         5.80         1.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    STN-112         299.70        312.70         4.25        13.00
    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Note: not all holes represent true width

    The deepest holes show that the ore is open at depth. Geological modeling
of the structures produced the following NI 43-101 compliant resource
estimates:

    -------------------------------------------------------
               Satinoco Target Resource Estimate(*)
    -------------------------------------------------------
                              Total
    -------------------------------------------------------
                     Tonnes (t)    Au (g/t)       oz Au
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Measured          467,000        3.76        56,460
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Indicated       1,274,000        3.71       152,100
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Meas + Ind      1,741,000        3.72       208,560
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Inferred          523,000        3.85        64,750
    -------------------------------------------------------
    (*) 3D Block Model Cut-Off Grade = 1.00 g/t
        Resource Model Cut-Off Grade = 1.50 g/t
    

    The Company is finalizing the feasibility study for this expansion.
During Q2 2008, Jaguar expects to initiate the expansion process at the
Turmalina processing plant. The capital cost for the expansion at Turmalina,
including equipment to mine the Satinoco ore bodies is estimated at
$10 million. Once completed, Turmalina's capacity will increase from the
present 65,000 oz/yr to approximately 100,000 oz/yr.

    Purchase of Forward Gold Contracts

    During the fourth quarter, the Company purchased forward contracts
totaling 55,654 oz at an average gold price of $822.43/oz. The Company settled
7,098 oz of the hedges (forward sales and subsequent buy back) at the end of
Q4 2007. Over the next six quarters, the Company has forward sales contracts
averaging 8,092 oz per quarter at an average sales price of $527.10, which
were required by a lender to obtain project financing to complete the first
phase of Turmalina. The settlement process for both the existing forward sales
contracts and these newly added purchase contracts specify a cash settlement
rather than physical gold delivery.
    Given the large upfront cash requirement that would have been required to
buy back the forward sales contracts, the Company elected to acquire the
forward purchase contracts in lieu of eliminating the forward sales contracts
altogether. Under the new arrangement, the Company will continue to have a
cash settlement for both sides of the hedge with an expected net cash
expenditure of approximately $2.4 million per quarter. Jaguar expects to
record a charge against earnings of approximately $3.8 million in Q4 2007,
which is expected to be the final such charge for any hedge-related
transaction. Other than the approximately 8,000 oz commitment per quarter
noted, the balance of Jaguar's sales remain un-hedged, which represents
approximately 80% of Jaguar's estimated 2008 production.

    Analyst Meeting and Tour: April 8-11

    Jaguar will hold an analyst meeting and tour of the Company's operations
in Minas Gerais, Brazil, beginning April 8, 2008. Qualified individuals
interested in visiting Jaguar's operations should contact Valéria DioDato for
additional information.

    About Jaguar

    Jaguar is one of the fastest growing gold producers in Brazil with
operations in a prolific greenstone belt in the state of Minas Gerais. Jaguar
is actively exploring and developing additional mineral resources at its
72,000 acre land base in Minas Gerais and on an additional 159,000 acres in
the state of Ceara in the Northeast of Brazil through a joint venture.
Additional information is available on the Company's website at
www.jaguarmining.com.

    Drill results and resource estimation were reviewed by Ivan C. Machado,
M.Sc., P.E., P.Eng., Principal of Salt Lake City based TechnoMine Services,
LLC. Mr. Machado serves as Jaguar's independent Qualified Person in accordance
with NI 43-101. SGS Geosol Laboratories of Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais
provided independent sample preparation and assay services, using standard
industry practices.

    Forward Looking Statements

    This press release contains forward-looking statements concerning
Jaguar's objectives in the years ahead, the measured and indicated resources,
their average grade, the commencement period of production, cash operating
costs and completion dates of feasibility studies, gold production and sales
targets, capital expenditure costs, future profitability and growth in
reserves. Forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words,
such as "are expected", "is forecast", "approximately" or variations of such
words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results "may",
"could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved.
Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and
other factors, which may cause the actual results, or performance to be
materially different from any future results or performance expressed or
implied by the forward-looking statements.
    These factors include the inherent risks involved in the exploration and
development of mineral properties, the uncertainties involved in interpreting
drilling results and other ecological data, fluctuating gold prices and
monetary exchange rates, the possibility of project cost delays and overruns
or unanticipated costs and expenses, uncertainties relating to the
availability and costs of financing needed in the future, uncertainties
related to production rates, timing of production and the cash and total costs
of production, changes in applicable laws including laws related to mining
development, environmental protection, and the protection of the health and
safety of mine workers, the availability of labor and equipment, the
possibility of labor strikes and work stoppages and changes in general
economic conditions. The potential quantities and grades noted for the NW01
Target are conceptual in nature as there has been insufficient exploration to
define a mineral resource and it is uncertain whether further exploration will
result in the target being delineated as a mineral resource. The Company also
relied on information concerning the Conglomerates at the Paciência as
accurate and reliable from the previous concession owners and does not warrant
that the information supplied reflects a potential resource. Although the
Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual
actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in
forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause actions,
events or results to differ from those anticipated, estimated or intended.
    These forward-looking statements represent our views as of the date of
discussion. The Company anticipates that subsequent events and developments
may cause the Company's views to change. The Company does not undertake to
update any forward-looking statements, either written or oral, that may be
made from time to time by or on behalf of the Company subsequent to the date
of this discussion. For a discussion of important factors affecting the
Company, including fluctuations in the price of gold and exchange rates,
uncertainty in the calculation of mineral resources, competition, uncertainty
concerning geological conditions and governmental regulations and assumptions
underlying the Company's forward-looking statements, see the "CAUTIONARY NOTE"
regarding forward-looking statements and "RISK FACTORS" in the Company's
Annual Information Form for the year ended December 31, 2006 filed on System
for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval ("SEDAR") and available at
http://www.sedar.com.

    %CIK: 0001333849




For further information:

For further information: Investors and analysts: Bob Zwerneman, Director
of Investor Relations, (603) 224-4800, bobz@jaguarmining.com; Media inquiries:
Valéria Rezende DioDato, Director of Communication, (603) 224-4800,
valeria@jaguarmining.com


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