09 March 2022 – 08:55
The Portuguese international hung up his boots in 2009 after a successful career
This morning, the Spanish press reported on a case of Luís Figo little known to the general public. The former Portugal international hung up his boots in 2009, aged 37, after a successful career at clubs like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Inter, where he amassed millions. And those millions have not stood still. Figo has many businesses, including one in Africa. This is a mining company created in 2010, called Damash Minerals, which explores for iron in Senegal, Guinea and Burkina Faso, preparing to move to Mali and Mauritania to extract gold, iron, phosphate, copper and bauxite. “At this time, Damash Minerals is consolidating its ambition to be among the leading European companies to invest in the research and development sector in Africa, particularly with regard to the extraction of gold, iron, phosphate , copper and bauxite”, one can read. on the company’s website.
A company with assets of more than 20 million euros and which in 2018 made profits of more than 600 thousand euros.
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