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


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Doubleheadedcoin
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Now a solid hold
Today 13:38
Solid business now taking shape and beginning to accelerate and underpinned by Managed Services, Lungi and the Techno Division.

Then we have the 2 contracts in Iran presently in a stack awaiting clearance to land when the flightpath is clear. One of those being mega-transformational and 1 other MOU also expected to convert this year.

There are not many companies out there that offer all this value for around £15 or £16 million of a market cap. The HQ and grounds at Banbury must be worth about £5M of that alone. Sum of parts should readily exceed present market cap.

Good outcome at Vienna also so I am getting optimistiQ of a healthy and significant return in the short to medium term.

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Slipperz
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RE: Sanctions
Today 11:04
Sanctions imposed by the party that breaks an agreement for no valid reason are like extortion money. Trump is after the cash...not just sanctions, but new tariffs on existing trade, etc. EU is under financial attack from the so-called "friend".
Docit
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RE: Sanctions...
Today 10:22
Trump is trying to bully the EU in order to control the US economy to his advantage. He is a business man but a hopeless president. Watch China is on his list at some point too. Nothing to do with JCPOA. That is his bargaining tool. Hoping we will prevail and teach him a lesson. GLA
ozzie43
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Sanctions...
Today 10:05
Seems the US isnt expecting the EU to comply and question if Trump would really compromise US trade by following through with enforcement:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/05/25/e-u-countries-want-to-save-the-iran-nuclear-deal-dont-expect-cooperation-on-u-s-sanctions/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.5a0fcaad832c
Seymour2559
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Sanctions
Today 09:14
Perhaps the time has come for the EU to impose sanctions on America.
JohnnyB.Goode
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RE: 👍 😘❤A..
Fri 22:17
Has everyone noticed that many many posts have been deleted it seems on this site from everyone recently. Some people show thousands of posts here but when you click on the name only a fraction have been kept. Check it yourselves.
JohnnyB.Goode
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👍 😘❤️..
Fri 22:10
Always room for emojis in the subject line. How kind.
ToshLines10
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Have a good weekend all
Fri 22:03
Worse things have happened at sea.

Keep calm and carry on.

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ToshLines10
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RE: Predictable finish
Fri 21:59
Well said Nick. Classless and shameless. Couldn’t have put it better myself. I’d have probably added a C word at the end :)
ozzie43
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RE: Chair statement - Vienna meetin..
Fri 21:28
This section bodes well:

"In this regard, participants discussed common efforts with a view to practical solutions concerning the following issues within the next few weeks: maintaining and deepening economic relations with Iran; the continued sale of Iran's oil and gas condensate petroleum products and petrochemicals and related transfers; effective banking transactions with Iran; continued sea, land, air and rail transportation relations with Iran; the further provision of export credit and development of special purpose vehicles in financial banking, insurance and trade areas, with the aim of facilitating economic and financial cooperation, including by offering practical support for trade and investment; the further development and implementation of Memoranda of Understanding and contracts between third-countries companies and Iranian counterparts; further investments in Iran; the protection of economic operators and ensuring legal certainty; the further development of a transparent, rules-based business environment in Iran.

These efforts are aimed at preserving the interests of businesses and investors engaged with Iran. Participants noted that economic operators pursuing legitimate business with Iran were acting in good faith based on commitments contained in the JCPOA and endorsed at the highest level, unanimously by a UN Security Council Resolution. "

So "next few weeks", support for banking, credit, air transportation relations, further investment, "special purpose vehicles".

And my absolute favourites parts were "aimed at preserving the interests of businesses and investors engaged with Iran" and "the further development and implementation of Memoranda of Understanding and contracts between third-countries companies and Iranian counterparts"

All of the things we needed to hear! Fantastic statement and very supportive of Iran and its trade partners. Id say we are pretty much nailed on now.




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