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Central Asia Metals Says Production On Track To Meet FY Guidance For Copper, Zinc & Lead
Central Asia Metals Says H1 Revenue $84.7 Mln Versus $96.6 Mln
Central Asia Metals Says Production On Track To Meet FY Outlook
Central Asia Metals plc is a United Kingdom-based copper producer with operations at Kounrad, Kazakhstan, and a zinc and lead producer at the Sasa mine in Macedonia. The Company operates through three segments: the solvent extraction- electrowinning (SX-EW) copper plant at Kounrad in Kazakhstan; the Sasa zinc-lead mine in Macedonia, and the Shuak exploration project in Kazakhstan. It produces copper from the Kounrad in-situ dump leach and SX-EW operation close to Balkhash in central Kazakhstan. Sasa is a zinc, lead and silver mine in Macedonia, approximately 150 kilometer (km) from Skopje. It also operates Shuak, which is a copper and gold exploration project with a license area of 197 square kilometers in northern Kazakhstan and 300km north of Astana. Its subsidiaries include CAML Kazakhstan BV, Shuak BV, Sary Kazna LLP, Kounrad Copper Company LLP, Ken Shuak LLP, CAML MK Limited, Lynx Resources Limited, Lynx Mining Limited and Monresources LLC.
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Nicholas Royston Clarke
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Base metals producer Central Asia Metals (CAML) on Wednesday reported a more than doubling in first-half revenue and profits following the acquisition of a mine in Macedonia and said it was actively looking for new opportunities to expand.
Central Asia Metals (CAML) <CAML.L>, which has just bought a lead and zinc mine in Macedonia, would consider further purchases but not for six months, its chairman said on Monday.
Kazakhstan-focused copper miner Central Asia Metals said it would buy Bermuda-based Lynx Resources Ltd in a $402.5 million reverse-takeover deal from its owners.
Kazakhstan-focused copper miner Central Asia Metals <CAML.L> said it would buy Bermuda-based Lynx Resources Ltd in a $402.5 million reverse-takeover deal from its owners.
Kazakhstan-focused copper miner Central Asia Metals is on the hunt for new projects after lowering its costs and achieving record production in 2016, its executive chairman said on Tuesday.
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