MRC Allied, Inc.

MRC Allied, Inc. (MRC) is a publicly listed property development firm in the Philippines which has found its niche in the development of master planned, integrated residential, commercial, recreational, tourism and industrial areas within a single community or township.

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Two large-scale eco-friendly projects, namely, the New Cebu Township One (NCTO) in Naga, Cebu, and the Amihan Woodlands Township in Northern Leyte have been developed since the company shifted its core business from rubber processing and export into real estate in 1997.

At present, the company has diversified its interest into mining, on the back of strong global demand for minerals and soaring prices of commodities. In line with this, it has recently inked deals to acquire four Copper-Gold mining assets in Mindanao. The first of the four acquisitions, an 8,000 hectare tenement located in Kiblawan, Davao Del Sur, is adjacent to the $5.2 Billion Tampakan Copper-Gold Project, which has become Asia’s largest and the 5th largest copper-gold deposit in the world.

Wholly owned subsidiaries are being organized for each of the mining assets, with a special focus on exploring the MRC Tampakan mine by the end of the year.

With 31,000 hectares of explorable land, a bullish outlook for mineral prospects, and an IPO for MRC Tampakan in the offing, the team behind MRC believes a golden era has arrived.

Business Address: 5th Floor, Eurovilla 4 Building, No. 853 Arnaiz Ave., Makati City

Telephone No/s.: 846-7910

Fax No.: 846-7910

Email Address: mrc_allied@yahoo.com

Company Website: http://www.mrcallied.com

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