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Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Primary Metals Inc.

Company Overview

Primary Metals Inc. mines, explores, and develops mineral properties in Canada and Portugal. It owns and operates the Panasqueira underground mine located in Portugal that produces tungsten, copper, and tin concentrates. Primary Metals Inc. was formerly known as Salish Ventures Inc and changed its name to Primary Metals Inc. in April 2003. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is based in Vancouver, Canada. Primary Metals Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Sojitz Corporation.

850 West Hastings Street

Suite 306

Vancouver, BC V6C 1E1

Canada

Founded in 1999

Phone:

604-669-8988

Fax:

604-669-2744

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