Alfardan Group, one of the largest investment companies in Qatar, is interested in investing in Georgia, the company's President and CEO Omar Hussain Alfardan stated during today's meeting with Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
sn said this in a conference call very careful not to say when in rns. we have no comeback on whats said in a call. Latest updates in rns very weak of you read through. posible and potential. makes you wonder if they run out of money and clutching at straws. hope to get someone on board. what about plan b if they fail to come. either its a done deal which is why work stopped or we run out of cash and we are done.
All we can do is enjoy long weekend and hope something good comes next week
Not really into cocktails (like a long island to be fair) but if she's a looker I can give her half of that equation. OK that's crude. This time next week we'll have a much better idea where FRR is headed IMO.
certainly does no harm unlikely to get news but i am sure people who need to know. will be made fully aware that promises made have not been kept and shareholders are not happy. Thats not a good thing for sn if he needs shareholder approval soon for things. it also makes nomad worry as they have to maintain order via communication etc and late info and non info is something they would keep an eye on.
so yes results unlikely by asking but maybe helps in general
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