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Gold Fields' Griffith still selling Yamana deal to 'miffed' investors

SHAREHOLDERS of Gold Fields are still "miffed" with the premium the company is paying for its acquisition of Canada-focused Yamana Gold but are starting to understand the strategy, CEO Chris Griffith said at the Diggers and Dealers mining forum in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.

Nathan Richardson in Kalgoorlie
 Gold Fields CEO Chris Griffith in Kalgoorlie

Gold Fields CEO Chris Griffith in Kalgoorlie

"'A work in progress', I guess is the best way to describe it," he told journalists after a speech at the annual event. Shareholders, who are due to vote on the US$6.7 billion deal in October, were...

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