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First Quantum Minerals Ltd


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inetnum: -
netname:        FQM-ZM-BLK01
descr:          First Quantum Minerals Ltd
country:        ZM
org:            ORG-FQML1-AFRINIC
admin-c:        JPB1-AFRINIC
tech-c:         JCB
status:         ASSIGNED PI
mnt-by:         AFRINIC-HM-MNT
mnt-lower:      FQM-MNT
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered
parent: -

organisation:   ORG-FQML1-AFRINIC
org-name:       First Quantum Minerals Ltd
org-type:       EU-PI
country:        ZM
address:        Plot 3805 Zambia Road,
address:        P.O. Box 71785
address:        Ndola
phone:          +260 2 651553
phone:          +260 966-990-578
fax-no:         +260 2 659000
admin-c:        JPB1-AFRINIC
tech-c:         JCB
mnt-ref:        AFRINIC-HM-MNT
mnt-ref:        FQM-MNT
mnt-by:         AFRINIC-HM-MNT
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered

person:         John Charles Broomfield
address:        Calle Suiza N-8 Casa 9
address:        Cuarte de Huerva 50410
address:        Zaragoza
address:        Spain
phone:          +34 675 404 304
phone:          +34 876 262073
nic-hdl:        JCB
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered

person:         John Paul Bostock
address:        First Quantum Minerals
                Plot 3805
                Zambia Road, P.O. Box 71785
phone:          +260 2 651553
fax-no:         +260 2 659000
nic-hdl:        JPB1-AFRINIC
source:         AFRINIC # Filtered

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