First Quantum Minerals Ltd., a growing mining and metals company, is engaged in mineral exploration, development and mining in Africa. The Company produces LME grade "A" copper cathode, copper in concentrate, gold and sulphuric acid.
First Quantum's common shares are listed for trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada (symbol "FM"), the London Stock Exchange (symbol "FQM") in the United Kingdom. The Company's operations produced 373,900 tonnes of copper, 193,288 ounces of gold and generated US$1.9 billion of revenues in 2009.
Mining CompanyCopper, gold
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