Amerigo declares increased semi-annual dividend
February 26, 2007
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA â€" February 26/CNW/Amerigo Resources Ltd. (TSX:ARG) ("Amerigo" or the "Company") reported today that on February 24, 2007 the Company's board of directors declared a semi-annual dividend of Cdn 6.5Â¢ per share, payable on April 4, 2007 to shareholders of record on March 27, 2007. This level of dividend represents an increase of approximately 45% from that paid on September 1, 2006.
Company Chairman Steven Dean said, "The board continues to focus on seeking to achieve strong returns to shareholders through a combination of capital appreciation, dividends, and its Issuer Bid share buy-back program."
Amerigo has to date acquired a total of 712,600 of its shares, and has approval to acquire up to a further 2,086,415 shares.
Amerigo Resources Ltd. is a Canadian junior company producing copper and molybdenum from its MVC operations near Santiago, Chile. Tel: (604) 681-2802; Fax: (604) 682-2802; Web: www.amerigoresources.com; Listing: ARG:TSX
For further information, please contact:
Michael J. Kuta, General Counsel & Secretary
Amerigo Resources Ltd. (604) 697-6201
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