KYRGYZ REPUBLIC - Chaarat licences merged

Chaarat Gold Holdings has reached another milestone at its Chaarat Gold Project with the award of licences from the Kyrgyz Government. The exploration and development company's two mining licences on its Chaarat deposit have been merged into one licence that is valid until 2032 while it has also been awarded an exploration licence that is valid until 2033 over prospective areas adjacent to the Chaarat licence.

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CHINA - Shouguan exploration agreement

China Shouguan Mining Corporation has signed an exploration agreement with the China National Administration of Coal Geology (CNACG). The CNACG, established in 1953, is under direct control of the Central Government and has discovered more than 800 billion tonnes of coal resources, providing the energy backbone for China's booming industrial growth.

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA - Kibush signs gold joint venture

Kibush Capital Corporation has signed a joint venture agreement with the leaseholders of two mining leases at Koranga, Wae, PNG. The leases cover approximately 26 hectares of alluvial resource and are in an area that has been producing gold since 1920.

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M AND A - Brighton bid for Asia Minerals

Brighton Mining Group (BTN) aims to become an integrated manganese miner and trader following its proposed acquisition of Asia Minerals Corporation.

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