|Traded as||TSX: IMN|
|Industry||Copper and copper-zinc mines|
|Headquarters||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Number of locations||Mexico, Peru, Spain, Panama, Chile and Finland|
|Area served||North America, South America, Europe|
|Key people||Richard Ross, Jochen Tilk (President and CEO)|
|Net income||264,732,000 (2011)|
|Subsidiaries||Cayeli Bakir Isletmeleri A.S. (100%)
Cobre Las Cruces (100%)
Pyhasallmi Mine Oy (100%)
Minera Panama SA (80%) with Korea Panama Mining Corp (20%)
The Inmet Mining Corporation was a Canadian mining corporation that produced copper, zinc and gold. The company was known for (until 2011) holding an 18% stake in Ok Tedi Mining Limited. In March 2013 it was announced that First Quantum Minerals had completed a hostile takeover of Inmet for CAD $5.1 Billion; Inmet's Cobre Panama deposit was the targeted asset.
- "Company Profile for Inmet Mining Corp (CA;IMN)". Retrieved 2008-10-08.
- "Cobre Panama beckons as First Quantum seals Inmet takeover", Pav Jordan (The Globe and Mail), retrieved October 15, 2013
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