Globex Mining Enterprises Inc.
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Globex Mining Enterprises Inc.

October 24, 2007 01:00 ET

Globex's Fabie Bay Retained Interests Nearing Cash-Flow

ROUYN-NORANDA, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 24, 2007) - GLOBEX MINING ENTERPRISES INC. (TSX:GMX) (FRANKFURT, STUTTGART, BERLIN, MUNICH, XETRA: G1M) (OTCQX:GLBXF) is pleased to inform shareholders that First Metals Inc. (TSX:FMA) have started to stockpile ore, from the Fabie Bay copper deposit near Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, for shipment to the nearby Horne mill which is slated to begin operation and treatment of Fabie Bay ore on or about November 17th, 2007.

Initial surface stockpiles consist of 1,500 tonnes grading approximately 3.47% copper and 1,000 tonnes grading approximately 5% copper.

Globex retains a 2% Gross Metal Royalty and a 10% Net Profit Royalty on all production from the mine as well as the adjoining Magusi River copper-zinc-gold-silver deposit. In addition, at initial commercial production, Globex will receive shares equal to 10% of the issued capital of First Metals and a cash payment of $250,000.

For further details, please see First Metals press release dated October 23, 2007.

In other news, Globex has accepted the resignation of McCarney Greenwood LLP Chartered Accountants as the auditors of the Company and named Samson Belair Deloitte & Touche, Chartered Accountants as the new auditors of Globex. McCarney Greenwood LLP had been the auditors of Globex since June 8, 2004.



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