Inca Minerals (ASX:ICG) has been granted an ASX trading halt in relation to a material drilling result at its flagship Chanape Porphyry Project in Peru.
The project is only 30 kilometres from the 2.15 billion tonne copper-molybdenum-silver Toromocho porphyry mine.
Last week, the company said assay results from three holes were imminent.
It noted that logging so far reinforced its view that it had discovered a second sulphide-bearing, veined porphyry in the near vicinity to the Cerro Ver Breccia.
The halt will last until the earlier of the announcement being made or the start of trade on Wednesday, 30th September 2015.
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