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China Molybdenum Has Bought Back A-Shares Worth 640.9 Mln Yuan As Of End-Nov
China Molybdenum Buys Back Company A-Share Worth 640.9 Mln Yuan
China Molybdenum Posts Higher Net Profit For Q3, 9-Mth
China Molybdenum Co., Ltd. is a China-based company, principally engaged in the mining, smelting, processing and trading of metals, such as molybdenum, tungsten and copper. The Company operates its businesses through five segments. Its Molybdenum, Tungsten and Related Products segment is mainly engaged in the mining of molybdenum and tungsten. Its Copper, Gold and Related Products segment is mainly engaged in the mining of copper and gold. The Niobium and Related Products segment is engaged in niobium manufacturing business. The Phosphorus segment is engaged in phosphate manufacturing business. The Copper and Cobalt segment is engaged in the production of Copper and Cobalt. The Company conducts its businesses mainly in China, Australia, Brazil and Congo.
Misc. Fabricated Products
North of Yihe
Huamei Shan Road
Chengdong New District, Luanchuan County
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Vice Chairman of the Board, Non-Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President
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China Molybdenum Co lifted its July-September cobalt output by 21.2% from the previous quarter, data released on Wednesday showed, putting the company back on course to hit its full-year production target for the battery metal.
Mine financing company Triple Flag Precious Metals Corp said on Sunday it has agreed to pay $550 million upfront as part of a streaming financing deal with China Molybdenum Co Ltd (CMOC) for future production of precious metals at CMOC's Northparkes mine in Australia.
Fresh from closing a $518 million acquisition, metals firm China Molybdenum Co (CMOC) remains open to deals that would boost business in the booming electric vehicle (EV) battery sector, the company's chief executive said on Friday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:
China Molybdenum Co Ltd said on Friday it had agreed to buy a holding company for $1.14 billion in order to increase its control in Democratic Republic of Congo's massive Tenke copper mine.
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