November 9 , 2006
International PBX Ventures Ltd. is providing an update on its Copaquire and Tabaco projects.
Two holes have been completed in the molybdenum resource definition program at the Copaquire molybdenum-copper property in Chile. Both contain molybdenite mineralization throughout. The first was stopped at 306 metres due to bad ground but still in mineralization and the second was stopped at 350 metres in weakening mineralization at the edge of the mineralized intrusion. Terry Walker, PGeo, is the qualified person in charge of the above program.
The Copaquire property is located on the West Fissure in Chile, which hosts some of the largest copper molybdenum mines in the world.
The company has completed its first shipment to a local processing plant. It expects to ramp up shipping once the economics of this trial are evaluated.
The Tabaco copper resource report from SRK Consultants is expected shortly.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
INTERNATIONAL PBX VENTURES LTD.
Gary Medford, Ph.D., P.Geo.
PRESIDENT AND CEO
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