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Share Price: 3.20Bid: 3.00Ask: 3.40Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beowulf
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EricDraven
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mwilliams41
Sat 20:13
Yes, but not indefinitely, which is wholly unacceptable. It's costing us money all the while, with no progress to show for it. I'm talking in reference to progress on Kallak of course.
 
mrplodge
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Action
Sat 18:10
Face to face, not sure if possible but to me a timeframe is the least that is deserved
mwilliams41
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Eric
Sat 16:54
The next plan is to wait.
EricDraven
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mwilliams41
Sat 15:02
In view of the time already taken, I feel updates would be appropriate. We need to know what Kurt's next plan is, other than his writing to the Swedish Government and receiving no reply.

Only my opinion and I'm not after an argument with anyone.

Best Regards.
mwilliams41
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RE: Manro
Sat 13:26
What would you like him to say if there is no news? If it was not for the recent concession being withdrawn and the rules changing we would have had concession by now. Patience.......we know the situation to date.
aug59
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Brexit O Plan NBn
Sat 12:33
Is in action! Hollande and other leaders of Country’s, who fear a vote, want to negotiate amongst themselves a watered down version of the EU institution. Something they think they can sell to ‘their’ people, in the hope also, this new Europe will attract the voice of support from Britain’s 48%. Sturgeon and others are implicit including the BBC. It could be called the London Treaty that should do it for me. lol. Then in ten years we will be back to square one. Fork orff. Cameron has to go now! Pro EU marches this weekend? Democracy not popular with this lot. All imo. Sorry for the off topic. Atb
ed44
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AndyDuFresne
Sat 11:41
Thanks for those words of wisdom. It's exactly what we need, an injection of truth and reality after all of the misleading nonsense and conspiracy theories that have been spouted out on this site over the last few weeks. I suspect that the motive of some of those posters is not a desire for BEM to be successful.

Like you I remain confident that our approval will come, only the time frame is indeterminate and beyond our control. I'm getting a bit impatient now but still prepared to wait for as long as is required.

Best Wishes
EricDraven
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Manro
Sat 00:04
Thanks for your reply. I see what you mean, but would say it is most unlikely to be the case, because a legal team could have a field day with anything untoward, such as that which has been suggested. Martina is entitled to her opinion of course, as are we all.

I do believe an update is required from Kurt now though, if only to help some shareholders make a further decision on whether to remain invested or otherwise. The disgruntlement here on the bb is all too apparent, and even if the Swedish Government refuses to give a toss about our situation, it's still up to Kurt to keep shareholders interested and of course invested in the Company.

Best Regards.
Manro
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RE: EricDraven
Fri 22:52
"do you really think that the government is playing the waiting game to gobble them all up?" Yes, I do. Maybe not them all but Kallak quite possible and I would be very glad to be wrong. Don't forget how many years this story is lasting already and how much damages have done to this company. Kurt telling us that the time to get Kallak permitted is not wasted time. But he is not taking in account that if Kallak was permitted even 6 months ago the company could be now in well advanced position and with very good fundamentals. Not saying about that great position should the company get concession three years ago. So, I really don't think that it will be easy to get permit or it can come very soon. Kurt and many of us have been thinking that decision will be made in March. Then we were thinking in May. Now we are hoping in August and so on. And what we should do? Just sit and waite because it is not a wasted time? It would be funny if it were not so sad
AndyDuFresne
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RE: EricDraven
Fri 21:36
I'm sorry, but this argument is completely retarded, 100 percent.

The decision will be based upon jobs/tax revenue vs reindeer herding, nothing else.

There are five other concessions waiting for a government decision (six in total), do you really think that the government is playing the waiting game to gobble them all up? You couldn't be more wrong.

The Norra Kärr ruling sadly murdered an already slow process, but a decision will come - also, it is not impossible that this type of controversial decision will be taken when everybody else is on vacation, to avoid unnecessary commotion. The components are now in place, and not to defend the government in any way, but the last input from the interested parties came in April - that is not too long ago.

I believed that the UK would vote for Brexit, and I also firmly believe that Kallak will be granted.




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