Well said! I agree totally, excellent possible provision for a polluted local community, excellent prospects. Dufc as per yr question last night, more positivity please, why would we want to jeopardise the good for the local community.
1. I would like to back a company who are trying to help the residents of Kabwe who are living in intolerable conditions. I believe BMR have those intentions at heart. 2. BMR own substantial assets which, in time, should prove up profitability to its shareholders. 3. This suspicion has been going on a long time; will we own the dumps? Yes - it took a lot longer than planned, but yes. Will we get ZEMA approval, yes, but it took a lot longer than planned. Will we eventually get to 'end game ' whatever that might look like, yes, I believe we will. But - it might take longer than planned. There are many hurdles in running a company that cannot be prepared for. How much more difficult that must be when not dealing in a first world economy.
to Sacca, Smudger, Nubie1, J99,Wassatt, Wildfire I have decided to continue posting here on LSE. Someone has to speak for The Silent Majority. Wildfire you kick off. Why should anyone looking to invest in shares invest in BMR.
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