Exeter Resource Corporation: EXETER GRANTED SURFACE RIGHTS TO THE CASPICHE GOLD-COPPER PROJECT

Exeter Resource Corporation: EXETER GRANTED SURFACE RIGHTS TO THE CASPICHE GOLD-COPPER PROJECT 
VANCOUVER, BC -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/13 --  Exeter  Resource
Corporation (NYSE-MKT:XRA, TSX:XRC,  Frankfurt:EXB - "Exeter" or the
"Company") is pleased to announce that
its  application for surface
rights, referred to  in Chile as a surface land use easement,  has
been  granted by  the Chilean  Government.  Exeter  already has a
lease  agreement  with  the  Chilean  Government  for  the  surface 
rights that
correspond  to its  initial mineral  rights in  the area, 
and the  new easement
extends  this area  to cover  most of  its
additional  tenements as  well as all surfaces that may be required
for Caspiche development. 
President  & CEO Wendell Zerb states, "We are very pleased to receive
government
approval of the easement and consider this to be a
significant milestone for the Caspiche  project.  This  easement 
secures  surface  access  and  land use for potential development,
construction and mining operations at Caspiche". 
Following the completion of the January 2012 Pre-feasibility Study
(PFS), Exeter
applied  for the surface rights over state  owned land,
to include an area large
enough  to cover all the  development
options under consideration  for a mine at Caspiche.  The easement
excludes  specific surface rights  in areas owned by the indigenous 
community, the Comunidad Colla Rio Jorquera y sus afluentes
(CCRJ).
Exeter  has  an  access  agreement  with  CCRJ  and  expects 
to maintain a good
relationship,  including open communications with 
the CCRJ and other indigenous
communities in the Maricunga area. 
For  a map outlining the approximate location  of the easement please
click this
link. 
The  easement gives Exeter  the right to  carry out work  and install
all of the infrastructure  and surface modifications required for the
potential development
of  a  mining  operation,  including  roads,
excavations, stockpiles, buildings,
pipelines,   power   lines,  
tailings  storage  facilities  and  the like.  In consideration for
securing the easement rights, Exeter will make annual
payments
through to 2022, with an initial payment of US$1.5 million. 
Co-Chairman  Yale Simpson states, "With this  easement in hand, the
construction
of  a  Caspiche  mine  is  a  step  closer.  This
agreement, in concert with our progress in securing our own water
sources, is a credit to our technical team, a team committed to
de-risking this very significant asset." 
About Exeter 
Exeter  is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company.
Its principal
focus  is  the  advancement  of  its  100% owned
Caspiche gold-copper project in Chile.  The deposit hosts one of the
largest undeveloped gold-copper reserves in the  Americas, and is
strategically situated between the Maricunga mine (Kinross
Gold 
Corp.) and  the Cerro  Casale gold-copper  deposit (Barrick Gold
Corp. and Kinross  Gold  Corp.).  The  Company  has completed
pre-feasibility studies that
demonstrate the potential for
commercializing the discovery. 
Exeter  recently announced  drill results  from the  Angeles gold
property, the first of two Joint venture agreements in Mexico. The
Company continues to review
exploration and potential mine
development opportunities in the Americas. 
The Company currently has cash reserves of CAD$47 million and no
debt. 
EXETER RESOURCE CORPORATION Wendell Zerb, P. Geol President and CEO 
Safe   Harbour   Statement   -   This  news  release  contains
"forward-looking information"  and "forward-looking  statements"
(together, the
"forward-looking statements")  within the  meaning of 
applicable securities  laws and the United States  Private Securities
Litigation Reform  Act of 1995, including in relation
to  the
Company's belief as  to the extent and  timing of its drilling
programs,
various  studies including pre-feasibility  studies,
engineering, environmental,
infrastructure  and  other  studies,  and 
exploration  results, budgets for its exploration  programs, the 
potential tonnage,  grades and  content of deposits,
timing,
establishment and extent of resources estimates, potential for
financing
its  activities,  potential  production  from  and 
viability of its properties,
availability  of water,  power, surface 
rights and  other resources, permitting
submission  and  timing, 
potential  to  acquire  new projects and expected cash
reserves. 
These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of this
news
release.  Readers are cautioned  not to place  undue reliance on
forward-looking statements, as there can be no assurance that the
future circumstances, outcomes or  results anticipated  in or  implied
by  such forward-looking statements will
occur  or that plans,
intentions or  expectations upon which the forward-looking statements
 are based  will occur.   While the  Company has based these
forward-looking  statements on its expectations about future  events
as at the date that such  statements were  prepared, the  statements
are  not a guarantee that such future  events will occur  and are
subject  to risks, uncertainties, assumptions
and other factors which
could cause events or outcomes to differ materially from
those 
expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors
and assumptions  include, among others, the  effects of general
economic conditions,
the  price  of  gold,  silver  and  copper, 
changing foreign exchange rates and actions  by government 
authorities, uncertainties  associated with negotiations
and 
misjudgments  in  the  course  of preparing forward-looking
information. In addition,  there  are  known  and  unknown  risk 
factors  which could cause the Company's  actual results, performance
or achievements to differ materially from
any  future results, 
performance or  achievements expressed  or implied by the
forward-looking  statements. Known  risk factors  include risks 
associated with
project  development; including risks associated with
the failure to satisfy the requirements  of the  Company's agreement 
with Anglo  American on  its Caspiche
project  which could result in
loss of title; the need for additional financing;
operational risks
associated with mining and mineral processing; fluctuations in metal 
prices; title  matters; uncertainties  and risks  related to carrying
on business  in foreign  countries; environmental  liability claims 
and insurance;
reliance on key personnel; the potential for conflicts
of interest among certain
officers, directors or promoters of the
Company with certain other projects; the absence   of   dividends; 
currency  fluctuations;  competition;  dilution; the
volatility  of
the Company's common share  price and volume; tax consequences to
U.S.  investors; and other risks and uncertainties, including those
described in the  Company's Annual  Information Form  for the 
financial year  ended December
31, 2011 dated  March 30, 2012 filed
with the Canadian Securities Administrators
and  available at
www.sedar.com. 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 statements, there may be other  factors that cause
actions,  events or results not  to be as anticipated,
estimated or
intended. There can be no assurance that forward-looking
statements
will  prove to  be accurate,  as actual  results and 
future events could differ
materially  from  those  anticipated  in 
such  
statements. Accordingly, readers
should  not place undue 
reliance on forward-looking  statements. The Company is under  no
obligation to update or alter any forward-looking statements except
as required under applicable securities laws. 
Cautionary  Note to United  States Investors -  The information
contained herein
and  incorporated by reference  herein has been 
prepared in accordance with the requirements  of Canadian securities
laws, which differ from the requirements of United  States 
securities  laws.  In  particular,  the term "resource" does not
equate  to the term "reserve". The  Securities Exchange Commission's
(the "SEC")
disclosure  standards  normally  do  not  permit  the 
inclusion  of information
concerning  "measured  mineral  resources",
 "indicated  mineral resources"  or "inferred   mineral   resources" 
 or   other  descriptions  of  the amount  of mineralization  in
mineral  deposits that  do not  constitute "reserves" by
U.S.
standards, unless such information is required to be disclosed
by the law of the Company's  jurisdiction  of  incorporation  or  of 
a  jurisdiction in which its securities  are  traded.  U.S. 
investors  should also understand that "inferred
mineral  resources"
have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence and great 
uncertainty as  to their  economic and  legal feasibility. Disclosure
of "contained  ounces" is permitted disclosure under Canadian
regulations; however,
the  SEC normally  only permits  issuers to 
report mineralization that does not constitute  "reserves" by  SEC
standards  as in  place tonnage and grade without
reference to unit
measures. 
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Source: Exeter Resource Corporation via Thomson Reuters ONE 
[HUG#1708150] 
For further information, please contact:
Wendell Zerb
CEO
or
Rob Grey
VP Corporate Communications
Tel: 604.688.9592
Fax: 604.688.9532
Toll-free: 1.888.688.9592
Suite 1660, 999 West Hastings St.
Vancouver, BC Canada  V6C 2W2
exeter@exeterresource.com
 
 
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