For the first time in two years I feel this company has at last got a grip on itself. Directors Comments are honest in recognising failures, but positive for the way ahead, and it sounds like there is real interest there for joint ventures to take it forward in the near future. A good time to get in if looking at the long term IMHO.
Alive but very very sick. Not sure if the bail out was a vote of confidence by the largest shareholder, or a way of protecting their position until news of a farm out comes to the to company rescue. The Cavalry are a long time coming, hope they have not run into Chief Sitting Bull
amazed to read they managed to flog $5mn of these to the market.... but I'm tempted to buy back in this at the end of the month, should be around 3p by then. To think I last sold these at £1.80 odd..... fook a duck!
Mongolia's parliament Friday, April 19 passed an amendment to its controversial foreign investment law of last year, which should allow over 100 pending investment deals in the country to now progress.
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