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Metallurgical Corporation Of China Announces Disposal Of Accounts Receivable
Metallurgical Corp Of China's 2020 Net Profit Up 19.1% Y/Y
Metallurgical Corp Of China's Jan New Contracts Up 129.7% Y/Y
Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd. is a China-based company principally engaged in the engineering construction related businesses. The Company’s businesses mainly include the engineering contracting, real estate development, resources development and equipment manufacturing. The Company's engineering contracting businesses mainly include the metallurgical engineering, municipal engineering, transportation facilities and urban infrastructure construction, among others. Its real estate development businesses mainly include the development and construction of commercial and residential real estates. Its resource development businesses mainly include the mining and processing of iron, copper, nickel, lead and zinc, among others. Its equipment manufacturing businesses mainly include the manufacturing of metallurgical equipments and steel structures.
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* Production at Metallurgical Corp of China's (MCC) Ramu nickel-cobalt project in Papua New Guinea dropped in 2019 from the prior year due to a plant shutdown last October, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.
Australian graphite producer Magnis Energy Technologies said on Wednesday it executed a engineering, procurement and construction contract with Metallurgical Corporation of China (MCC) for its graphite project in Tanzania.
Papua New Guinea has closed Metallurgical Corporation of China's Ramu nickel operations, the head of the Mineral Resources Authority said on Thursday.
Australian mine developer Clean TeQ Holdings Ltd said on Friday it terminated an agreement with Metallurgical Corporation of China to develop its Sunrise Battery Materials Complex, further delaying the project.
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