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Business Description: Alacer Gold Corp (AQG) is mid-tier gold producer with a globally diversified asset portfolio, including interests in multiple operating mines which feed three regional processing facilities in Australia and Turkey.
Strategy Analysis: AQG is a gold exploration and production company. Within this, the company has operations in Turkey whereby the mine, Copler, has had a ramp up in production towards 37,000oz. Complementing this has been the mines operating costs decreasing by $126/oz to $259/oz. On the domestic front, the company‚Äôs Higginsville operation has surpassed its 500,000 oz milestone and the company aims to consolidate this with a production target of 155koz @ $795/oz operating costs. It is said to be on target towards achieving the targeted 1.5Mtpa @ 4.5g/t.
Alacer Gold Corp announced that it has filed its financial results and related management's discussion and analysis for the year ended December 31, 2012. The company's 2012 attributable net profit pre-impairment and other write-downs was $118.6m ($0.42/share). Cash generated by operating activities totalled $238.9m during the year and the company's cash balance at the end of 2012 increased to $277.3m. The company's attributable gold production totalled 381,738oz for 2012. In Turkey, Copler continues to provide significant free cash flow at an average total cash cost of $375/oz. In Australia, various initiatives to increase free cash flow will continue at both Higginsville and South Kalgoorlie operations.
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