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1] Lepanto A Shares Are Limited To Local Investors While Lepanto B Shares May Be Bought By Foreign

Published by MAC on 2005-01-15

[1] Lepanto A shares are limited to local investors while Lepanto B shares may be bought by foreign investors.
[2] Philippine Star, 4 January 2005, Business page
[3] http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3MKT/is_0-3_113/ai_n8681353
[4] Roger Moody in “The Mercenary Miner (Robert Friedland Goes to Asia)”, Multinational Monitor, vol. 18, no. 6, June 1997
[5] Roger Moody in “The Man With The Golden Arm”, Nostromo Research/ Minewatch Asia Pacific
[6] Roger Moody in “The Mercenary Miner (Robert Friedland Goes to Asia)”, Multinational Monitor, vol. 18, no. 6, June 1997
[7] Roger Moody in “The Ugly Canadian (Robert Friedland and the Poisoning of the Americas)”
[8] Roger Moody in “The Ugly Canadian (Robert Friedland and the Poisoning of the Americas)”
[9] “In heap-leach mining, ore is crushed and stacked on huge liners. Cyanide is then dumped on the heap and the liners are supposed to collect the cyanide, gold and other metals which leach out.”
[10] Exxon Valdez is an oil tanker that burst and released its cargo across the coast of Alaska in 1989
[11] Stockwatch editor John Wood as quoted by Roger Moody in “The Ugly Canadian (Robert Friedland and the Poisoning of the Americas)”
[12] Roger Moody in “The Man With The Golden Arm”, Nostromo Research/ Minewatch Asia Pacific
[13] “Demonstration at AGM (Annual General Meeting) of Robert Friedland’s Ivanhoe against support for Burma’s misery”, press release, 16 June 2001

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