Try telling them that if they go into administration ..... PIs mean diddly squit in the grand scheme of things. I'm not saying that will happen at all, but I'm fed up with people saying "It's your Company" It isn't, so please don't think it is...!!!!
That's how I feel, either we move on with some finance and Direction in place, MA said finance would never be a problem, hello AB. Either that or nothing, because there will be diddly squat for the PI of Bmr.
I feel personally that there won't be any in-betweens from our current position. From this point on, considering where we are supposed to be in our stage of development, I think there will either be a terrific outcome for us, or a very bad one. I can't see anything other than one of those situations. The days of drifting aimlessly are hopefully over, one way or another.
We shall soon know I guess, what is actually happening.
I know it's only an article, but the 25 September 2014 article by Jeff Kapembwa, that I posted the other day, mentions for the Kabwe project:
"Developers recently revealed that the initial investment will be about US$460 million which will be reviewed to up production."
BMR has currently a depreciating recently mentioned £600k in its coffers, so this figure of US$460 million mentioned in the article is a serious sum, one which could not be raised through the usual share dilution, unless BMR were to be diluted into nothing.
In my opinion, serious players, financiers must be involved, if the article is at all credible. Raising a couple of million quid only, as is the norm for us, doesn't seem on the cards.
Bigger things coming for BMR, far greater than many of us are currently aware perhaps?
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