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LEPANTO CELEBRATES 75 YEARS OF
RESPONSIBLE MINING


Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company was established in 1936. 2011 marks the company's 75th year in the business.

Lepanto a Filipino primary gold producer. The Lepanto mines are located in Mankayan, Benguet where the Company has about a thousand employees.

From 1948 to 1996, Lepanto's Enargite operations produced 1.58 billion pounds of copper, 2.9 million ounces of gold and 12.0 million ounces of silver, recovered from 34.4 million MT of ore averaging 2.2% Cu and 3.5 g/t Au. Lepanto suspended its Enargite operations in 1996 and in 1997 commenced its Victoria gold operations. Lepanto presently operates the Victoria and Teresa deposits, from which it has produced over 1. 2 million ounces of gold.

 MESSAGES FROM
PRESIDENT AQUINO NICK HOLLAND
PURISIMA PAJE
Lepanto has a 60% interest in Far Southeast Gold Resources, Inc. which owns the Far Southeast Project, a world-class, high-grade gold and copper porphyry deposit. Lepanto is looking to develop the Far Southeast Project through a partnership with Gold Fields Limited of South Africa, one of the biggest gold miners in the world, with whom Lepanto executed an Option and Shareholders' Agreement in September 2010.

Lepanto has been a publicly-listed company since 1947. Its shares are traded on the Philippine Stock Exchange under the symbols LC and LCB and are highly liquid.

Lepanto Consolidated Mining Company is committed to achieving its business objectives with utmost care for the environment and concern for the welfare, safety and health of its employees and host communities.

"I am confident that the contribution of large scale mining to the GDP will steadily increase in the near future. Currently, mining contributes a meager 1.4% of the GDP of the country. With the opening up of the industry and the full support of the government, we expect to realize the full potential of the industry as an engine of growth not only in the host communities but for the entire nation."
                                          Bryan Yap, Lepanto President and COO

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The year 2012 proved to be a taxing year for the mining industry. Hopes were high at the start of the year that the much anticipated mining policy of the government would clearly set out a growth path for the mining sector, rationalize the differing stakeholder interests and provide impetus for further investment. However, what came out in July 2012 was Executive Order No. 79 (EO 79) which (i) provides for a moratorium on the issuance of new mineral agreements until legislation rationalizing existing revenue-sharing schemes and mechanisms shall have taken effect; and (ii) deems mining contracts as expired if the contractor and the government fail to agree on the terms of renewal, which seems to be at variance with existing law.
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We commit to conduct our business objectives with utmost care for the environment. We seek to continually integrate safety, health and environmental concerns in all phases of operations. We shall use the best environmental management practices and strive to foster mutually beneficial partnership with host communities.

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