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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
  • 2014 Company cost curve ranked on total cash cost plus sustaining capital

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  • Newmont divests Mexican gold assets to Fresnillo: Table 1
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