The Company maintains its 10% equity interest in BTHL acquired in February 2015.
BTHL has advised that despite a difficult tungsten price environment, it has continued to focus on the development of its flagship Bodó mine in the Currais Novos region of Rio Grande do Norte state, Brazil, and continues with its required capital programme for mine development and mill construction with the aim of significantly increasing tungsten production during 2016. It is expected that BTHL will now be on track to reach its Phase I target of 150 tonnes per day of ROM ore from underground by June 2016.
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