"Open pit coal mine development is a charged issue in the country, thanks to the activists' movement with supports from a part of the government and from various national and international NGOs. But the government has realised that domestic coal resource development is extremely necessary and the shallow coal deposits like Barapukuria northern part and Phulbari can only be mined meaningfully with open pit mining technology."
You wont be missed, the L2 info is available to us all, we just dont post it constantly.
As for your "research" I have not seen you post one article on BD, Coal Policy or anything else for that matter which was new, it was all copy and paste ramping. Some of us have contact with the folk on the ground in Dinajpur, if you have heard of it.
Sill here but as I said previously, i m wasting too much energy disputing with people on here and have other shares to research and watch. I don't much like the investors on this board so I will let someone else try to give L2 analysis and there opinions on GCM and stick to less provocative/weird/ cult boards. Still bullish here until further press comes out to suggest otherwise. Chart wise 44p was always going to be tough to crack but once it's gone and hopefully with some further speculative news articles this could move again very quick once through 44p. That's all from me today. I'll leave you to get back to your private social forum where posters who haven't posted at least 6 times a day for the last 5 years are regarded as outcasts. Gutted I can't be in the "crew".
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