Rosemont Copper project facing another roadblock
Apr 06, 2012 | 03:19 PM
| Chris Prentice
NEW YORK An environmental group has filed a complaint with the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) alleging that Rosemont Copper Co. owner Augusta Resource Corp. failed to disclose information about two directors prior involvement with another company placed into bankruptcy.
Donald B. Clark and Richard W. Warke, members of Augusta Resources board, allegedly failed to disclose to state regulators that they served as officials of West Coast Plywood Co. Ltd., a Vancouver, British Columbia-based company that filed for bankruptcy protection in Canada in July 1995.....
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