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Minbos Resources Limited (MNB) - Company Capsule

Minbos Resources Limited (MNB) - Company Capsule

Synopsis

Timetric's "Minbos Resources Limited (MNB) - Company Capsule" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, financial ratios, financial analysis, mergers & acquisitions, recent developments, key employees.

Summary

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Scope

  • Identifies crucial company information about "Minbos Resources Limited" along with major products and services for business intelligence requirements.
  • Provides key ratios on company's financial performance.
  • Identifies key employees to assist with key business decisions.
  • Provides annual and interim financial ratios.
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Key Highlights

Minbos Resources Limited (Minbos) is a phosphate rock exploration and development company. The company operates in Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to acquire, explore, evaluate and exploit phosphate deposits, and explore prospective tenements for other minerals. It holds two projects such as Cabinda Project, Angola; and Kanzi Project, DRC. Minbos' Cabinda Phosphate project incorporates a 2000 sq km exploration permit covering phosphate occurrences. The company holds an interest in the DRC Phosphate project which consists of eight exploration permits covering approximately 2000 sq km in the Bas Congo Province, DRC. Minbos is headquartered in Subiaco, Western Australia, Australia.


1 Minbos Resources Limited - Business Analysis
1.1 Minbos Resources Limited - Company Overview
1.2 Minbos Resources Limited - Major Products and Services
2 Minbos Resources Limited - Analysis of Key Performance Indicators
2.1 Minbos Resources Limited - Five Year Snapshot: Overview of Financial and Operational Performance Indicators
2.2 Minbos Resources Limited - Key Financial Performance Indicators
2.2.1 Minbos Resources Limited - Revenue and Operating Profit
2.2.2 Minbos Resources Limited - Asset and Liabilities
2.2.3 Minbos Resources Limited - Solvency
2.3 Minbos Resources Limited - Competitive Benchmarking
2.3.1 Minbos Resources Limited - Efficiency
3 Minbos Resources Limited - Mergers & Acquisitions and Partnerships
3.1 Minbos Resources Limited - M&A and Partnerships Strategy
4 Minbos Resources Limited - Recent Developments
5 Minbos Resources Limited - Key Events
6 Minbos Resources Limited - Key Employees
7 Appendix
7.1 Methodology
7.2 Ratio Definitions
7.3 Disclaimer
List of Tables
Table 1: Minbos Resources Limited - Major Products and Services
Table 2: Minbos Resources Limited - Key Ratios - Annual
Table 3: Minbos Resources Limited - Key Ratios - Interim
Table 4: Minbos Resources Limited - Key Capital Market Indicators
Table 5: Minbos Resources Limited - Key Events
Table 6: Minbos Resources Limited - Key Employees
List of Figures
Figure 1: Minbos Resources Limited - Revenue and Operating Profit
Figure 2: Minbos Resources Limited - Financial Position
Figure 3: Minbos Resources Limited - Solvency
Figure 4: Minbos Resources Limited - Efficiency

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