Found the google translate link - thanks ljc. So Lupupa appears to have posted earlier but his post has gone, can anyone supply the gist for those who didn't catch it? Any deal which may supply funding for progressing the projects, also in connection with ZEMA approval will surely send us into a higher range. As others have said, the parties would not have gone ahead with discussions had there been any doubt about environmental approval. No more 'Toot toots' from me as I was Toot tooting like a good 'un and getting my fingers burned at 5p, but I have to say that I'm now quietly confident of finally realising a profit on my miserable p/f, courtesy of BMR.
Hey, what's been going on? Deal with a Chinese state entity? Did Lupupa post earlier and if so where have his posts gone? And why do I seem to be the only one who cant read Mandarin/Cantonese? :-) What is a good translator site BTW?
Is MA in a parker NO. Maybe you should ask dennis why he turned up in casual gear or workmanlike wear. MA is the CEO . Dennis is General Manager. Maybe he has been involved in activity which match his wear. Who knows. Don't care. I will wait for the detail. Don't need you to tell me that.
Don't be myopic mate, have you actually ever been to China? Do you know the emphasis placed on formality? Procedure and process? This is an observation, not, and I repeat not, saying this deal is unimportant. But try and look beyond what you are reading and seeing, and wait for the detail. If you were signing what could be the most important company deal you'd ever signed, would you turn up in a Parker?
Just reflecting, surly MA should have logged this on the 25th nov, and why then not even allude to it in the company update? In this day and age even MA must have known this was newsworthy, even the 'times' article didn't force his hand-previously MA announced a mou every time he broke wind. If this is less about tailings and more about mine reopening, it is potentially transformational and answers many questions-but we need concrete financing options on paper, one final observation, look at the photo, this doesn't look like a high level meeting, the dress code seems quite informal-especially Dennis, who looks like he's been train spotting.lol-might be nothing in that, who knows! Good work ljc mate, you're thoroughness is nothing less than exceptional.
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