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FCF Minerals Corporation response re concerns over the impact of its mining project in the Philippines

Author: FCF Minerals Corporation, Published on: 2 February 2009

FCF Minerals Corporation, owned by UK-based Metals Exploration Plc, comes out with a rejoinder to set the record straight...FCF...dismissed as a complete fallacy the charges leveled against it...Kathleen Guillao, purportedly spokesperson of the Runruno Land Owners Association...accused the mining firm of committing “environmental malpractices” which “resulted in health problems” and of “deceiving” the community...In a statement, the company said that the charges are nothing but a futile attempt to destroy the good relations the Company has forged with the Runruno townsfolk. “The charges are bereft with an iota of evidence and are a product of her imagination.” the company said, adding that it remains committed to sound and safe mining practices simultaneous with its effort in helping the community through the company’s various livelihood and health programs.

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Related companies: Metals Exploration