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Glencore Xstrata sells copper mine to Chinese consortium for $5.85 bln
Hong Kong-based Guoxin International Investment Corp Ltd and China's Citic Metal Co Ltd are the other partners in the consortium.
China snaps up Glencore copper mine for $6bn  Financial Times
Glencore Xstrata Sells Las Bambas for $5.9B  TheStreet.com
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Glencore finishes takeover of Xstrata
In a memorandum sent to employees and seen by the Financial Times, Ivan Glasenberg, chief executive, disclosed the new organisation chart.
Glencore Xstrata confirms top legal role as mega-merger completes  Legal Week
Glencore Completes $29 Billion Xstrata Deal With Trade Tomorrow  Bloomberg
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Glencore-Xstrata Deal Said to Win China Regulator Approval
Glencore has been advised by Citigroup Inc. and Morgan Stanley on the deal. Xstrata hired Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co., Deutsche Bank AG and Nomura Bank International Plc. Lazard & Co. advised Qatar Holding. To contact the ...
China approves Glencore and Xstrata deal  Financial Times
Staff exodus as Glencore gets green light for Xstrata merger  Telegraph.co.uk
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Former Xstrata chief Mick Davis wins $1bn backing for mining venture
Mr Davis led Xstrata for a decade before it was acquired this year by Glencore in the mining industry's largest takeover.
Ex-Xstrata CEO Davis Raises $1 Billion From Noble, TPG  Bloomberg
Davis returns to haunt Glencore with $3bn miner  CITY A.M.
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Metalbulletin.com / MMG agrees $5.85bn deal to buy Las Bambas from Glencore ...
The deal which is expected to close in the third quarter is subject to approval from China's ministry of commerce and MMG's shareholders.
Chinese Consortium MMG Buys Glencore Xstrata's Stake in Peru Las Bambas ...  International Business Times AU
Glencore Xstrata sells Las Bambas copper project  The Australian Journal of Mining
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Glencore plans to drop Xstrata name
The $76bn tie-up of Glencore Xstrata started as a merger of equals, but turned into a full and bloody takeover last year - leading to the departure of the miner's chairman and most of its senior directors including chief executive Mick Davis ...
Xstrata bets on thermal coal's future as BHP, Rio scale back  Sydney Morning Herald
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Ex-Xstrata CEO Davis Raises About $3.75 Billion to Buy Mines
�The capital with gearing puts the target size at the $500 million to $2 billion mark for assets,� said Paul Gait, an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd. in London. �So we are talking about medium-sized copper mines or reasonable zinc assets and ...
Mick Davis raises $3.75bn for new Xstrata  Telegraph.co.uk
Mick Davis eyes raid on his old firm Xstrata as he secures �2.25bn funding ...  This is Money
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Glencore Xstrata buys Chad-focused oil and gas group Caracal
Glencore Xstrata has offered $1.35bn to buy Caracal Energy, a Chad-focused exploration company, in a deal that underscores its ambitions to build a sizeable oil and gas business.
Glencore gatecrashes Caracal Energy deal with rival �807m cash offer  Telegraph.co.uk
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Former Xstrata chief made bid for BHP Billiton assets
Mick Davis, the former head of Xstrata, attempted a dramatic comeback earlier this year, approaching BHP Billiton with an offer to buy a bundle of mines from the world's largest natural resources group, said people familiar with the matter.
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Tony Hayward made permanent chairman of Glencore Xstrata
Glencore Xstrata has ended a long search for a chairman by picking Tony Hayward, the chief executive of Genel Energy, in a move likely to increase tension between the two companies over how long the former BP boss can maintain his role at the oil ...
Former BP boss Tony Hayward named Glencore Xstrata chairman  The Guardian
Former BP Head Tony Hayward Named Glencore Xstrata Chairman  International Business Times UK
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