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Amur Minerals Corporation

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TypePublic limited company
StatusTrading
Traded asLSE:AMC
HeadquartersKhabarovsk, Russia
Commodities:Copper
Nickel
Platinum
Platinum-Group Metals
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Amur Minerals Corporation (AMC) is nickel copper sulphide mineral exploration company focused on the far east of Russia.

Mines/prospects owned, licenced or operated by Amur Minerals Corporation, its subsidiaries or joint ventures

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  • Amur Oblast
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