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minera frisco sab de cv-a1 (MFRISCOA) Details

Minera Frisco, S.A.B. de C.V., together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in the exploration and exploitation of mining lands for the production and sale of primarily gold and silver dore bars, as well as copper cathode and copper, lead-silver, and zinc concentrates in Mexico. It has eight mining units, including El Coronel, San Felipe, María, San Francisco del Oro, Tayahua, Asientos, Porvenir, and Ocampo. The company is based in Mexico City.

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Minera Frisco, S.A.B. de C.V. Presents at Latin Finance 9th Cumbre Financiera Mexicana, Mar-06-2014 04:05 PM

Minera Frisco, S.A.B. de C.V. Presents at Latin Finance 9th Cumbre Financiera Mexicana, Mar-06-2014 04:05 PM. Venue: The Four Seasons Hotel, 425 Paseo de la Reforma, Col. Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico City, Mexico. Speakers: Jose Corona, CFO.

Minera Frisco SAB de CV Purchases Properties by Making Final $1.35 Million Payment to Minera Valdez

Ryan Gold Corp. announced that it has amended the option agreement with respect to the sale of the company's Los Jarros and Jarros Norte Properties in Mexico. Under the current closing terms Minera Frisco SAB de CV has purchased the Properties by making a final $1.35 million payment to Minera Valdez SA de CV. Ryan Gold and Minera Frisco have agreed to amend the agreement as follows: rather than making two payments totaling $2.1 million by August 2014, Minera Frisco has made one $1.35 million payment. The NSR remains in place. This final payment concludes the sale of the Properties.

Minera Frisco Updates on its Tayahua Copper Mine in Mexico

Minera Frisco planned expansion of its Tayahua copper mine in Mexico's Zacatecas state to reduce capex. The company is currently concluding analysis of the proposals, which could see the company 'duplicate' capacity at the mine to 8,000t/d or 10,000t/d instead of the 20,000t/d previously planned. The smaller scale expansion may result in a 'significant cost reduction' in Frisco's 2014 capex spending. The expansion to an 8,000t/d or 10,000t/d capacity operation expected to begin in 2014.

 

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