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USW Says Supreme Court Denies ASARCO's Petition To Review Copper Bonus Case
United Steelworkers - ninth circuit court of appeals affirmed U.S. judge's March 3, 2016 decision on copper price bonus to be paid by Asarco
United Steelworkers says union workers ratify contract with ASARCO
Grupo Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is a holding company. The Company's principal activities are in the mining-metallurgic industry, the exploration, exploitation and benefit of metallic and non-metallic ores, multimodal freight railroad service, and infrastructure development. The Company's business lines include Mining, Transportation and Infrastructure. Its Mining Division is represented by its subsidiary Americas Mining Corporation, whose subsidiaries are Southern Copper Corporation in Mexico and Peru, and Asarco in the United States. Its Transportation Division is represented by its subsidiaries Infraestructura y Transportes Mexico, S.A. de C.V. and Grupo Mexico Transportes S.A. de C.V. Its subsidiaries are Grupo Ferroviario Mexicano, S.A. de C.V., Ferrocarril Mexicano, S.A. de C.V., Ferrosur, S. A. de C. V., Intermodal Mexico, S.A. de C.V., and Texas Pacifico, LP, Inc. Its Infrastructure Division is represented by its subsidiary Mexico Proyectos y Desarrollos, S.A. de C.V.
Campos Eliseos No. 400
Col. Lomas de Chapultepec
German Larrea Mota Velasco
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
Xavier Garcia de Quevedo Topete
Vice Chairman of the Board, Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Rogelio Velez Lopez de la Cerda
Chief Executive Officer of Perforadora Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
Daniel Muniz Quintanilla
Executive Vice President of Mining Division , Secretary
Oscar Gonzalez Rocha
Director and Executive Vice President of Mining Division
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Twelve hours after he scrambled atop a boxcar on a freight train that hurtled through Mexico towards the U.S. border, Roni Osorio could no longer fight sleep. The train lurched, and with nothing to grip onto, he rolled, fell and was sucked under its churning wheels.
Peru on Friday suspended a recently issued construction permit for Southern Copper's Tia Maria mine, a project that has triggered violent protests by nearby residents.
Peru has suspended a construction permit it recently gave to Southern Copper Corp for its $1.4 billion Tia Maria copper project while officials can re-evaluate its legality, authorities announced late on Friday.
The Peruvian government will re-evaluate its recent decision to grant a construction permit to Southern Copper Corp for its proposed mine Tia Maria at the request of local authorities calling for its annulment, Peru's president said late on Wednesday.
Latin American markets rose on Wednesday as optimism from U.S.-China trade talks offset concerns of slowing global growth, while a new policy to control Brazil's fiscal woes and provide stimulus to the economy boosted sentiment. White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow...
Latin American assets rose on Wednesday as investors held on to optimism from U.S.-China trade talks offsetting concerns of slowing global growth, while a new policy to control Brazil's fiscal woes and provide stimulus to the economy boosted sentiment. White House economic...
Southern Copper Corp <SCCO.N> said on Tuesday its second-quarter net profit fell 1.8% year-on-year to $402.4 million, due mainly to lower sales prices that offset a surge in production.
Mining and transport firm Grupo Mexico <GMEXICOB.MX> on Tuesday reported net profit of $490.9 million for the second quarter, up 21.9% from the same period last year.
Mining and transport firm Grupo Mexico said on Tuesday that it does not expect its operations to be impacted by the partial closing of its Guaymas facility on the Gulf of California.
Mexican mining and transport firm Grupo Mexico said on Monday that Mexico's Navy Ministry reported it did not find environmental damage from the company's sulfuric acid spill at its Guaymas facility on the Gulf of California.
Mexico's environmental prosecutor Profepa said on Saturday it ordered the partial and temporary closure of mining and transport firm Grupo Mexico's Guaymas facility after it spilled sulfuric acid in the Gulf of California.
A U.S. dollar recovery put most Latin American currencies under pressure on Friday while Brazil's Bovespa stock index led losses in the region's equity markets. The MSCI index of Latin American currencies edged lower as the dollar swung to gains after the New York Federal...
Latin American shares were subdued on Friday as losses in Brazil's Bovespa eclipsed gains made by other indices, while currencies in the region were mostly lower against a firm dollar. MSCI's index of Latin American stocks was flat but on track to snap a three-week losing...
Peru's President Martín Vizcarra said on Thursday that Southern Copper Corp's must resolve issues with protesting local residents at its Tia Maria mine before the long-delayed copper project can move ahead.
A soft dollar aided gains in Latin American currencies on Wednesday, although stock markets in the region came under pressure from an escalation in trade tensions between the United States and China. The Brazilian real edged higher, drawing optimism from progress in the...
A sulfuric acid spill in the Gulf of California at a site belonging to mining and transport firm Grupo Mexico would not likely cause a "major impact," Mexico's environment minister Victor Toledo said on Tuesday.
Latin American stocks extended losses on Tuesday as trade tensions between the United States and China continued to dampen risk sentiment, while currencies of net crude exporters in the region fell on lower oil prices. MSCI's index of Latin American stocks fell over 1 percent...
The billionaire head of mining company Grupo Mexico warned that past efforts to find the bodies of miners killed in a 2006 blast had been "high risk," a day after Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pledged to try again to recover their remains.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador pledged on Wednesday to recover the more than 60 remaining bodies of miners killed in a massive coal shaft explosion in 2006, a mission he described as a humanitarian promise made to victims' families.
Mexican mining and transport company Grupo Mexico on Monday posted a 22.1 percent increase in net profit during the first quarter compared with the same period a year earlier.
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