Frontera's deeper losses tied to mine growth
Nov 16, 2005 | 08:27 AM
Frontera Copper Corp., whose principal asset is the Piedras Verdes Mine in Sonora, Mexico, reported deeper losses for the third quarter and nine-month period, citing costs affiliated with developing the mine.The company posted a third-quarter net loss of nearly $1.78 million vs. a net loss of $234,420 during the same period last year, while the nine-month net loss grew to $2.74 million from $957,038 a year earlier.....
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