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GRUPO MEXICO SAB DE CV (GMEXICO B:MEX) Company Profile, Corporate Revenues, Growth, Market Size, Analysis, Business Forecasts, Market Share, Metrics, SWOT

Grupo Mexico SAB de CV (GMEXICO) is a holding company that runs mine and rail operations in Mexico, Peru, the U.S, and Spain. It operates in three divisions: mining, managed by Americas Mining Corp. (AMC); infrastructure, through five principal subsidiaries; and transportation. AMC operates throug.....



Grupo Mexico SAB de CV
Ticker: GMEXICO B
Exchange: MEX
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Phone: 52 555647066
Fax: 52 555647677
Address: Campos Eliieos No. 400
Col. lomas de chapultepec
Mexico, DF C.P. 11000 Mexico

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Mining
Railroads
Infrastructure Construction
Exploratory Drilling
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Xavier Garcia de QuevedoDir.-Finance and Administration
Mauricio IbanezLegal Counsel
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Grupo Mexico SAB de CV (GMEXICO) is a holding company that runs mine and rail operations in Mexico, Peru, the U.S, and Spain. It operates in three divisions: mining, managed by Americas Mining Corp. (AMC); infrastructure, through five principal subsidiaries; and transportation. AMC operates throug.....See More See More

Auditor: Galaz, Yamazaki, Ruiz, Urquiza, S.C.
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