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Based in Brazil
Company profile

Brazil Minerals Inc is a Brazil-based company focus on the mineral exploration. The Firm develops two hard-rock lithium projects, as well as projects in other minerals including gold, diamonds, rare earths, titanium, iron, nickel and sand. The projects are located in the states of Goias, Minas Gerais, Rio Grande do Norte, Paraiba, Tocantins, Bahia and Piaui. Brazil Minerals Inc owns a majority stake in Apollo Resources Corp, a private company developing an iron mine, and a minority stake in Jupiter Gold Corp, which develops two gold projects and a quartzite mine. In addition, the Company owns BMIX Participacoes Ltda and Hercules Resources Corp, among others.

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