"Ancira and his company faced charges of tax fraud and allegations of environmental misdeeds, which he says were politically motivated. The fraud charge, which prompted him to seek exile in Israel, was dropped, but at least one of the environmental allegations stuck, with his company paying to clean up an aquifer that the government says it polluted."
I still do. That's why UA is focusing on real estate development. It's actually looking more like FILA. Where are they today?
Is that the same Ancira that was involved in that AHMSA mess where they had to be extradited from Spain because they wouldn't pay their creditors? Wow OMEX sure knows how to pick their bed mates.
"Projected to generate" That's the key words. They also thought all these shipwrecks were "Projected to generate" a gazillion dollars. How'd that turn out?
Do you have any idea how expensive mining on the surface is where you can see what you are digging much less mining on the ocean floor? Never gonna happen.
If that were the case, they wouldn't be demolishing most of the fertilizer plants in the US. The worst performing commodity was Molybdenum.