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Alfonso Martinez part 2 - Latam Ventures PDAC 2012

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  • 1. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada Part 2 of 2I MINING INDUSTRY ECONOMIC INDICATORSII MEXICO’S MINERAL POTENTIALIII MINES OPENED IN 2009, 2010 AND 2011IV ADVANCED PROJECTSVI WHY IS MEXICO THE BEST MINING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY? w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 2. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, CanadaMETATES Durango Open pit Au, Ag Chesapeake Gold 3,160EL ARCO BCS Open pit Cu, Au Grupo México 1,500EL BOLEO BCS Open pit Zn, Ag Baja Mining Corp 1,100BAHUERACHI Chihuahua Open pit Cu, Co, Zn Jinchuan-Tyler 619TERRAZAS Chihuahua Open pit Zn, Cu Constellation 500BUENA VISTA Sonora Open pit Zn, Cu Grupo México 500LA VERDE Michoacán Open pit Cu Teck-Cominco 250EL CRESTON Sonora Open pit Mo, Cu Creston Moly Corp 200IXHUATAN Chiapas Open pit Au Linear Gold/KinRoss 200SIERRA MOJADA Coahuila Open pit Zn Metalline 250SAN NICOLAS Zacatecas Open pit Zn, Cu, Pb Teck-Gold corp 246MINA EL PILAR Sonora Open pit Cu Stingray Copper Inc 186LAS MERCEDES Sonora Open pit Au Yamana Gold 152MORELOS NORTE Guerrero Open pit Au, Ag Torex Gold resources 150EL GALLO Sinaloa Open pit Ag, Au US Gold 149SAN ANTON Guanajuato Open pit Au, Ag, Cu Cerro Resources 82NOCHE BUENA Sonora Open pit Au, Ag Fresnillo Plc 68 TOTAL 9,294 w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 3. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, CanadaI MINING INDUSTRY ECONOMIC INDICATORSII MEXICO’S MINERAL POTENTIALIII MINES OPENED IN 2009, 2010 AND 2011IV ADVANCED PROJECTSV WHY IS MEXICO THE BEST MINING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY? w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 4. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada WORLDWIDE EXPLORATION BUDGETS 20 18.2 18 16 14 12.60 12.10Billion US Dollars 12 10.50 10 8 7.13 7.32 6 4.90 4 3.55 2.19 2 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 According  to  Metals  Economics  Groups  of  “Corporate  Explora:on  Strategies”,  worldwide  nonferrous   explora:on  budgets  keep  on  growing.   Source: Metals Economics Group; World Exploration Trends 2012 w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 5. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada EXPLORATION BY REGION 2011 Pacific Islands 5 % Pacific/ Southeast USD $ 18.2 BILLION Asia, 6% United States, 8% Latin America, 26% Latin America 25 % Australia, 13 % 12% Africa, 15% Canada, 18% Rest of the World, 15%Latinoamérica remains the favourite destination for investment in mining explorationSource: Metals Economics Group w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 6. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada EXPLORATION BUDGETS OFTHE TOP TEN COUNTRIES 2011 USD $ 18.2 BILLION 3% 18% 8% 4% 6% 2% 5% 3% 12% 5%Others countries 31%Source: Metals Economics Group w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 7. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada FOREIGN COMPANIES: MINING EXPLORATION PROGRAMS 300 286 288 257 262 250 214 204Companies 200 162 168 156 150 101 100 74 50 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source: Ministry of Economy (General Bureau of Mining Promotion). w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 8. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada Holland 1 0.35% Spain 1 0.35% MEXICAN COMPANIES FUNDED BY FOREIGN Italy 1 0.35% CAPITAL 2011 Chile 1 0.35%Luxembourg 1 0.35% Belgium 1 0.35% Peru 2 0.69% India 2 0.69% United… 3 1.04% Korea 4 1.39% Japan 4 1.39% Australia 6 2.08% China 8 2.78% USA 46 15.47% Canada 207 71.88% 0 50 100 150 200 250 Source: Ministry of Economy (General Direction of Mining Promotion). w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 9. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada806 MINING PROJECTS FINANCED WITH FOREIGN CAPITAL BY MINERAL IRON, 46, 6% OTHERS, 23, 3% POLYMETALLIC, 135, 17% GOLD AND SILVER, 504, 62% COPPER, 98, 12% Source: Bureau of Mining Promotion; 2010 data w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 10. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada Economic Political Economic 2010 Rank Country Security Permission Corruption Tax Total System System Stability vs 2011 1 Australia 9 8 8 8 10 9 5 57 -4 2 Canadá 9 9 4 4 10 9 7 52 -4 3 Chile 9 9 7 6 8 8 4 51 +2 4 Brasil 7 8 5 5 5 9 6 45 +3 5 México 8 8 2 7 6 6 7 44 -1 6 USA 8 9 3 1 10 7 3 41 -1 7 Colombia 6 7 6 6 5 5 4 39 0 8E Botswana 6 5 5 5 5 5 6 37 +1 8E Perú 6 6 4 4 5 7 5 37 +4 10E Ghana 6 5 2 6 3 6 6 34 -2 10E Mongolia 6 6 5 5 2 6 4 34 -2Source: Behre Dolbear 2011 Ranking of Countries for Mining Investment w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 11. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, Canada !   TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE AND TSX VENTURE EXCHANGE HOLD 58% OF THE WORLD’S PUBLIC MINING COMPANIES, WITH A CAPITAL VALUE OF 14.0 $563 BILLION CANADIAN DOLLARS 12.5 12.0 !   TSX AND TSXV RAISE 60% OF THE WORLD’S MINING EQUITY CAPITAL WITH 1,178 COMPANIES LISTED, OF THOSE, 210 OPERATE IN MEXICO (14%)$ BILLION C$B 10.0 8.0 6.0 5.3 4.3 4.0 2.7 1.9 2.0 1.5 0.96 0.53 0.0 TSX TSXV LSE+AIM ASX ASX Hong Kong NYSE JSE Others Source: Gamah International; compiled by TMX Group. w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 12. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, CanadaAfrica: Europe: Russia & CIS Countries: USA:TSXV: 109 Companies TSXV: 56 Companies TSXV: 16 Companies TSXV: 258 CompaniesTSX: 71 Companies TSX: 30 Companies TSX: 15 Companies TSX: 103 Companies 180 86 31 361 Canada: TSXV: 782 Companies TSX: 176 Companies 958 Central America & Caribbean: TSXV: 30 Companies TSX: 20 Companies 50 India/Asia: Australia: Mexico: South America: TSXV: 66 Companies TSXV: 141 Companies TSXV: 39 Companies TSXV: 197 Companies TSX: 44 Companies TSX: 59 Companies TSX: 48 Companies TSX: 86 Companies 110 210 87 283 Source: TSX Annual Report 2010 w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 13. PROSPECTORS & DEVELOPERS ASSOCIATION OF CANADA March 4–7, 2012. Toronto, CanadaMexico’s legal security, strong economics and stable political system are aguarantee for safe investmentsMexico is 1st in Latin America and 4th worldwide in the list of the 10 top recipientcountries of global exploration investments, as indicated by the 2011 MetalsEconomics Group´s “Corporate Exploration Strategies” analysisMexico is ranked in the 5th position, just after Canada, Australia, Chile and Brazil,as lower risk countries, according to the 2011 Behre Dolbear Group´s, “Ranking ofCountries for Mining Investment” study, emphasizing the fact that Mexico has themost convenient mineral tax regime.As mining destination, Mexico is the third most attractive country for the TorontoStock Exchange investors, where 58% of the public world mining companiesquote. After Canada and USA, Mexico holds 210 listed companies in the TMX whichrepresents 75% of the entire companies operating in Latin America.In the past 4 years, an average of 5 new major scale mining projects have beenbrought into production every year. w w w . s g m . g o b . m x
  • 14. Thank you

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