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Noranda buys El Pachón copper deposit
Noranda buys El Pachón copper deposit

Noranda buys El Pachón copper deposit

26 October 2001

Mining and metals multinational Noranda has acquired the El Pachón copper deposit from Cambior Inc and Minera SA. Noranda acquired 100 per cent of the El Pachón copper deposit by purchasing Cambior’s interests in Pachón SA Minera, an Argentine company, and Pachón Transportes y Servicios Limitada, a Chilean company. In addition Noranda acquired Minera SA’s Panamanian Compañía Minera San José SA, which owned the remaining interests in Pachón and Transportes. The deal was closed on September 28.

IDB retains Cariola, Diez in project finance deal
IDB retains Cariola, Diez in project finance deal

IDB retains Cariola, Diez in project finance deal

28 August 2001

Chilean firm Cariola, Diez, Pérez-Cotapos & Cía Ltda is advising the Inter-American Development Bank and European banks in the structuring of a project financing deal for the construction of a port complex in the bay of Mejillones in northern Chile .

Cariola and Davis Polk in tender offer launched by Chile's Enersis
Cariola and Davis Polk in tender offer launched by Chile's Enersis

Cariola and Davis Polk in tender offer launched by Chile's Enersis

21 November 2000

The offer, launched on November 21 2000, is for the outstanding shares of two of its distribution subsidiaries, Chilectra and Rio Maipo.

Guerrero Olivos and Cariola close Chile's biggest transaction of the year
Guerrero Olivos and Cariola close Chile's biggest transaction of the year

Guerrero Olivos and Cariola close Chile's biggest transaction of the year

23 October 2000

The transaction, which closed on October 23, involved the acquisition of Transelec, a Chilean electricity transmission company, by Canada's Hydro-Québec for US$1.076 billion.

Acquisition of Aguas Cordillera by Emos approved
Acquisition of Aguas Cordillera by Emos approved

Acquisition of Aguas Cordillera by Emos approved

20 July 2000

On July 20 the Antitrust Commission approved the sale of Aguas Cordillera, the waterworks subsidiary of Enersis, itself a subsidiary of Spain's Endesa, to Emos for US$185 million.