The cash, aimed at increasing the company's reserves, will flow through copper and zinc projects in Peru and Brazil.
Peruvian President Martín Vizcarra is pushing congress to approve his proposed reforms which seek to halt widespread corruption, and is prepared to hold up local elections to do it.
Companies issue exploration and corporate updates relating to copper, lithium, silver, gold, lead and zinc assets in Chile and Mexico.
The local government will invest some US$45mn on the works.
The president-elect also promised to compensate those localities affected by the project's construction.
Approximately 18% of residences in the country are rentals.
INAH, the Mexican agency charged with preserving the country's historical sites could not afford to renew its the P&C policy for earthquakes..