TORONTO, CANADA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/28/12 -- Inmet Mining Corporation ("Inmet") (TSX: IMN) is pleased to announce that its subsidiary, Minera Panama S.A. (MPSA) has awarded the Cobre Panama mine pre-stripping contract to a joint venture of Salini S.p.A. and Impregilo S.p.A. The scope of work includes the pre-stripping of the Botija pit including the development of a rock quarry within the pit, development and maintenance of waste dumps, sediment control structures, haul routes and pads and platforms for ancillary facilities. With this award, commitments for the development of Cobre Panama now amount to US $4.1 billion of the total estimated capital cost of US $6.2 billion, consistent with our project execution plan.
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Inmet is a Canadian-based global mining company that produces copper and zinc. We have three wholly-owned mining operations: Cayeli (Turkey), Las Cruces (Spain) and Pyhasalmi (Finland). We have an 80 percent interest in Cobre Panama, a development property in Panama, currently in construction.
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