KINROSS GOLD CORPORATION
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Kinross Gold Corporation engages in the mining and processing of gold and silver ore; and the exploration for, and the acquisition of, gold bearing properties primarily in the Americas and Russia. The company has interests in 13 mines on 4 continents, as well as a pipeline of advanced exploration and development projects. It has various ownership interests in the properties, including Fort Knox Mine, Kettle River, and Round Mountain in the United States; Lupin, Porcupine, New Britannia, Aquarius, George-Goose Lake, and Musselwhite in Canada; Kubaka in Russia; Blanket in Zimbabwe; Paracatu and Crixas in Brazil; and La Coipa and Refugio in Chile. The company sells its gold to banks, bullion dealers, and refiners. Kinross was founded in 1972. It was formed as a result of the amalgamation of Plexus Resources Corporation, 1021105 Ontario Corp, and CMP Resources, Ltd. The company has its principal executive offices in Toronto, Canada.