NetworkNewsBreaks – Kootenay Zinc Corp. (CSE: ZNK) (OTCQB: KTNNF) Steps Up Exploration Efforts in Wake of Chinese Production Cuts

As China recently increased its import of zinc in the wake of production halts – part of an environmental crackdown on China’s steel industry – global zinc prices subsequently soared. With worldwide zinc inventories already under pressure due to increasing demand, China’s efforts to curb zinc and nickel production will likely continue significantly impacting the global supply, and zinc exploration corporations like Kootenay Zinc Corp. (CSE: ZNK) (OTCQB: KTNNF) are hastening to step up their efforts to find deposits and help slake this global shortage.

“China’s move is likely to drive zinc demand even higher. According to the International Lead and Zinc Study Group, demand for the metal is already exceeding supply, and the difference is expected to reach 226,000 tons this year (http://nnw.fm/4Jn0I). To help meet the rising demand, Canada’s Kootenay Zinc Corp. has already taken steps to expand its exploration program at its Sully property in British Columbia. The property is located near the legendary Sullivan Mine, which was one of the world’s largest reserves of zinc, with an output of over 17 million tons of zinc and lead until it was closed down in 2001. Kootenay’s Sully Project is located 18 miles from Sullivan, and both properties share different environments of the same basin.”

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About Kootenay Zinc Corp.

Kootenay Zinc Corp. is a mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, British Columbia that is presently targeting the Sully Property. The Company is focused on discovering large-scale sedimentary-exhalative (“SEDEX”) deposits. The Sully Property comprises 1,375 hectares located approximately 30 kilometres (18 miles) east of Kimberley, B.C., and overlies rocks of similar age and origin as those which host the world-class Sullivan deposit, owned by Teck Resources Ltd. Sullivan was discovered in 1892, and is known to be one of the largest SEDEX deposits in the world. Over its 100-year lifetime, Sullivan produced approximately 150 million tonnes of ore, including approximately three hundred million ounces of silver, eight million tonnes of zinc and eight million tonnes of lead. The equivalent level of strata as at Sullivan and that formed on the margin of that same basin are present at the Sully Property. The Company cautions that past results or discoveries on proximate land are not necessarily indicative of the results that may be achieved on the Sully Property. For more information visit www.kootenayzinc.com.

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