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Share Price: 1.50Bid: 1.25Ask: 1.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Beowulf
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EricDraven
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BULP
2 Oct '14
Lol. Will keep it on until after tea.
 
EricDraven
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Suzy2
2 Oct '14
I just slip it on in times of stress. It gives me strength.
brombonce
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Men in white coats
2 Oct '14
I am pleased with Bods RNS timing still needs improvement,but cheap shares accepted. Let's all wait now for MI and good news.
Suzy2
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RE: Suzy2
2 Oct '14
I'd like one of those, Eric. :-)
BULP
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ericDraven
2 Oct '14
NO YOU WHIMP
EricDraven
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Suzy2
2 Oct '14
Can I take off my Viking outfit yet? Got a bit of chaffing, with all the pacing up and down.
Subtle
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Meanwhile
2 Oct '14
Oktober 2nd, 2014
"Boliden is now applying with the Swedish Mining Inspectorate (Bergsstaten) for starting a new mine in Laver outside Älvsbyn, Norrbotten. It’s expected that the mine will generate 700 new jobs when it is fully operational. There will be 36 million metric tonnes of ore broken annually. The ore contains copper, gold and silver and total reserves are estimated to be one billion metric tonnes.
The mine will become the about the same size as Boliden’s current open pit mine in Aitik.
The application for a mining concession that Boliden now submitted to the Mining Inspectorate is one of two required permits for a mine. In the next step there is also an environmental permit required. The entire licensing process is expected to take approximately two to three years. And before a mine could be in operation, it probably comes closer to ten years."
Watching this development with interest too.
JungleVIP
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BID
2 Oct '14
BID ticked up....
JungleVIP
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Buyers...
2 Oct '14
Buyers!! should see a nice close!
Goyathlay
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RNS
2 Oct '14
I agree it is a good response and is essentially suggesting that any comment on transport is ultra vires (beyond powers) of the CAB. But does this mean that ALL transport issues are irrelevant to an Exploitation Concession, both those distal AND proximal to the mine?
Surely, in principle, the removal of ore from the mine site is both a transport AND a localized environmental issue which would affect the grant of any Exploitation Concession. (although the CAB appear satisfied with the effect on the affect of the local reindeer?)

No matter, more than enough hair-splitting for one day, time for a ramping tune:
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