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MMX unit completes sale of Ipe and Tico-Tico mines
Usinas Siderurgicas de Minas Gerais SA Usiminas ends port services contract with MMX Porto Sudeste Ltda
MMX Mineracao e Metalicos SA cancels contract with Eneva SA for energy supply
MMX Mineracao e Metalicos SA (MMX) is a Brazil-based company primarily engaged in the iron ore mining. The Company and its subsidiaries are active in the extraction, processing, transformation and sale of iron ore. Its product portfolio mainly includes lump ore (granulated ore ready to be transformed into pig iron), sinter feed (ore dust), pellet feed (fine ore used in the manufacturing of pellets) and fine ore. In addition, MMX is involved in logistic operations, through Superporto Sudeste, which is a private, mixed-use port terminal project, dedicated exclusively to handling iron ore. The Company's subsidiaries includes MMX Corumba Mineracao SA, Minera MMX de Chile SA, MMX Sudeste Mineracao Ltda and PortX Operacoes Portuarias SA, among others. On November, 2013, hte Company announced that, following information disclosed to the market on September 4, 2013, it concluded sale of the total of shares of its subsidiary Minera MMX de Chile SA to Inversiones Cooper Mining SA.
Rua Lauro Muller
116 sala 1808, Botafogo
Maria Carolina Catarina Silva e Gedeon
Chairman of the Board
Clovis Paes De Carvalho
Chief Executive Officer, Investor Relations Officer, Director
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Luiz Felipe Braganca Itabirano
Independent Member of the Board of Directors
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Brazilian petrochemical company Braskem may be suspended from Level 1 trading at the São Paulo Stock Exchange after failing to submit certain financial statements within a deadline, stock market operator B3 told Reuters on Wednesday.
Brazil's one-time richest man Eike Batista will stand trial on corruption charges along with an ex-Rio de Janeiro governor who allegedly took millions in bribes from the former billionaire.
Federal prosecutors on Friday leveled corruption charges against Eike Batista, Brazil's one-time richest man, along with a ex-Rio de Janeiro governor who allegedly took millions in bribes from the former billionaire, one of his nation's most boisterous backers amid a now...
Eike Batista, once the richest and most outspoken cheerleader for Brazil's ill-fated commodities bubble, flew back to Rio de Janeiro Monday and was arrested at the airport by federal police over corruption allegations after four days as a fugitive.
Brazilian police are seeking the arrest of fallen commodities tycoon Eike Batista as part of a vast political bribery probe, investigators said on Thursday, adding that the former billionaire appeared to have already flown to New York.
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