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United Paragon Mining Corporation Company Snapshot
United Paragon Mining Corporation operates within the Gold ores sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares United Paragon Mining with three other precious metal companies in Asia: G-RESOURCES GROUP LTD of Hong Kong (2000 sales of 11.05 million Hong Kong Dollars [US$1.42 million] ), IPM Holdings Inc (2.55 million Philippine Pesos [US$51,473.84 ] ), and Atok-Big Wedge Company Incorporated (2.95 million Philippine Pesos [US$59,427.72 ] ).

Sales Analysis. Sales fell dramatically in 2000: During the year ended December of 2000, sales at United Paragon Mining were 3.23 million Philippine Pesos (US$65.15 thousand). This is a sharp decrease of 80.4% versus 1999, when the company's sales were 16.47 million Philippine Pesos.
   
   
 
  Stock Performance Chart for United Paragon Mining Corporation
 
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (12/2/2016): .01
(Figures in Philippine Pesos)
1 Week -2.3%   13 Weeks -5.5%  
4 Weeks -14.0%   52 Weeks 14.7%  
 
United Paragon Mining Corporation Key Data:
  Ticker: UPM Country: Philippines
  Exchanges: PHL Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Gold Ores
  2000 Sales 3,230,011
(Year Ending Jan 2001).
Employees: 9
  Currency: Philippine Pesos Market Cap: 2,247,307,255
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 261,314,797,080
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: 220,152,105,769
 
 
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