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EXCLUSIVE: Robin Young, CEO, Amur Minerals #AMC talks long-term strategy


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Share Price: 29.00Bid: 28.00Ask: 30.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gcm Resources
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 7.14%Open: 28.25High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 29.00


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ToeDipper
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RE: ...ridiculous demands..
Sun 17:19
I work in the automotive industry and every time we have a pay deal our union puts in a wish list and it's peppered with things we know full well we will not get but that's just the bargaining. No different to selling a car when you have your starting price way above what you are willing to expect.
 
rickyroman
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...ridiculous demands..
Sun 14:13
...9 months arrears, jobs for family & friends + a reduced six hour shift. I can's see this being resolved quickly and it may impact on GCM / CGGC as Hasina will want it sorted and not more reasons for violent protests in the region.
Disappointing, as this may drag on for a while.
ImIn
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Barapukuria
Sun 08:44
"The 13-point demands also include permanent employment of outsourced workers as per the company organogram, introduction of profit bonus, introduction of gratuity bonuses, a reduced 6-hour working shift for underground workers, rehabilitation of families whose homes were damaged due to mine operations, compensation for family members in the form of employment in the mining company etc."

http://www.unb.com.bd/bangladesh-news/Barapukuria-coal-mine-workers-indefinite-strike-continues-for-15th-day/71688
ImIn
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Energy justice
Sun 08:40
"Therefore, implementing all aspects of energy justice holistically is the most convenient way to resolve the long-rooted energy trilemma for Bangladesh."................http://www.newagebd.net/article/42157/in-quest-of-energy-justice-framework
Newbyoldy
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RE: International coal prices to st
Fri 21:54
https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXoypizjW3WknFiJnKLwHCnL72vedxjQkDDP1mXWo6uco/wiki/Next_Bangladeshi_general_election.html

Next Bangladeshi general election: The next Bangladeshi general election will elect the members of the Jatiyo Sangshad, the parliament of Bangladesh, on a date to be determined.

Barring exceptional circumstances, the Constitution of Bangladesh requires that the elections take place within the 90-day period before the expiration of the term of the Jatiyo Sangshad.[1][2] The current Sangshad first sat on 29 January 2014,[3][4] so in accordance with article 123(2)(a) of the Constitution, the next election is expected be held on a date between 31 October 2018 and 28 January 2019. Snap elections can be held under certain conditions, such as if a government loses a confidence motion or resigns by dissolving parliament.
Orientfrance
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RE: International coal prices to st..
Fri 20:12
I think election will be between 1st November and 31st December according to political analysts.
beeshoney
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International coal prices to stay f
Fri 08:14
International coal prices to stay firm: Fitch Ratings

Kolkata: Prices of Asian thermal coal, used in generating electricity, are likely to stay firm as global supplies are under pressure and demand for the dry fuel is steady in Asia, said Fitch Ratings in a recent report,

The pressure is for clean coal, super critical stations, quality coal which we have, the elections in oct, and our own june dates regarding J/V for my thinking Tang will want things lined up before he signs a j/v as of that time Dyani become the majore stock holder so he of course wont just become that vunrable with out a end plan,,
beeshoney
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state minister ,
Fri 07:52
The state minister said massive initiatives are underway to build a developed Bangladesh by 2041.

The power sector needs US$82.5 Billion in this regard while US$ 22 Billion has already been invested in the sector, he added.

Hamid said the government fixed 35 percent natural gas, 35 percent coal, import of renewable energy 10 percent and nuclear and other sources 20 percent as fuel mix for power generation in the Power System Master Plan- 2018.

Besides, the government is making optimum utilization of modern technologies to develop power distribution and transmission system and the automation work is going on, he said.
ToeDipper
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RE: Is this normal ???
Thu 15:26
Down 2% you happy now? Ha ha
ImIn
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RE: Is this normal ???
Thu 11:27
So many of the shares are held by the big shareholders, and much of the rest are held by long term PIs so that doesn't leave much left to trade daily. RNSs show Kilkenny carried on buying even after all the dilutions. There's been no RNS to say anyone has reduced. Looks like even the selling/buying back roundabout has stopped now too. They must be close is all I can think. The big boys have maximum confidence in Tang and seem happy waiting. If they are happy I am happy.




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