Linklaters and Freehills advise on $1.3bn bid for Aussie miner
Linklaters and Freehills are advising China's Minmetals Resources Ltd. on its $1.3bn (£837.5m) offer for Perth-based Anvil Mining, writes The Asian Lawyer. Anvil, listed in both Sydney and Toronto, is engaged in exploration, development and production of copper, mainly in Central Africa. A successful acquisition would give Minmetals Resources, a subsidiary of the state-owned China Minmetals Group, a controlling stake in several copper mines and exploration sites in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Linklaters and Freehills are advising China’s Minmetals Resources Ltd. on its $1.3bn (£838m) offer for Perth-based Anvil Mining, writes The Asian Lawyer.
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