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Newmont divests Mexican gold assets to Fresnillo

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 Newmont`s plan to divest from the Penmont Joint Venture continues its recent trend of divesting from marginal and non-core assets.  The deal announced on 12 September will see Fresnillo which currently holds a 56% stake in the joint venture increasing its ownership to 100% for a total consideration of US$477 million. 

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  • Gold equivalent production from PJV mines
  • 2014 Asset cost curve ranked on total cash cost plus sustaining capital
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