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Moody's lowers Minera Frisco SAB de CV rating
Fitch affirms rating for Minera Frisco SAB de CV
Moody's assigns rating for Minera Frisco SAB de CV for the first time
Minera Frisco SAB de CV is a Mexico-based company engaged in the exploration and exploitation of mineral resources The Company’s main activities comprise the production and sale of lead-silver concentrates, zinc concentrates, copper concentrates, copper in cathode and gold and silver rods. The first stage of its operations includes the location, investigation and compilation of information in the prospective areas considered for possible existence of minerals; the second stage conducts a detailed geological study in the prospective areas, and the final stage conducts an evaluation with exploration methods directly in the prospective areas as a result of the previous stages. The Company owns such subsidiaries as Minera CRA SA de CV, Minera CX SA de CV, Minera Tayahua SA de CV, Minera San Francisco del Oro, SA de CV, as well as Multiservicios de Exploracion Geologica Frisco, SA de CV, among others.
Av. Paseo de las Palmas 781
Lomas de Chapultepec III
Carlos Slim Helu
Alejandro Aboumrad Gonzalez
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Jose Corona Sanchez
Rene Cruz Lozada
Director of Operation
Carlos Alberto Facha Lara
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Mexican lawmakers will meet with mining sector leaders this week before seeking Congress's approval of a bill that analysts have said could hinder mining operations and that was partly responsible for a massive selloff in mining shares last week. A lawmaker from leftist...
Minera Frisco , a mining company controlled by Mexican tycoon Carlos Slim, said on Thursday it had struck an exploration agreement in Mexico with a local unit of Canada's Goldcorp Inc in which the two would be equal partners.
Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim sparred on Monday with the country's presidential front-runner over the Mexico City airport his companies are helping build, saying the leftist's threats to halt the $13 billion project would be a setback for the economy.
MEXICAN TYCOON CARLOS SLIM SAYS HIS COMPANIES STILL COMPLAINING ABOUT TWO THINGS IN TELECOM REFORM
Top Mexican miners Grupo Mexico, Penoles, Fresnillo and billionaire Carlos Slim's Frisco together owe nearly $180 million in mining royalties to Mexico for 2015, according to preliminary government figures seen by Reuters.
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