Voyager Res. (ehemals Lafayette) (Seite 3)
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VOR requests an immediate voluntary [urlSuspension from Official Quotation ]http://www.asx.com.au/asx/statistics/displayAnnouncement.do?display=pdf&idsId=01118239[/url] pending release of an announcement regarding a significant transaction.
fordert eine sofortige Aussetzung von freiwilligen amtlichen Notierung anhängig wegen Veröffentlichung einer Mitteilung über eine bedeutende Transaktion.
Lassen wir uns überraschen...
siehe ASX Seite.
I found this on the companies website that might be of interest. Not sure if has been raised before but it might explain the possible acqusitions that everyone is talking about. It is listed under the Argalant Project section on the website.
"In addition to the acquisition of the Argalant Project, Voyager Resources has applied for a large holding of prospective ground (Figure 1) covering favourable structural and geological conditions in the vicinity of Argalant and the Golden Hills Gold-Copper Project. The acquisition of these licences provide Voyager with a dominant land position in a potentially world class VMS province.
The applied for ground includes currently known gold and copper occurrences that warrant further exploration, including rock chip sampling that has returned:
15g/t gold and 1.63% copper at Alag Nuram Uul
20g/t gold and 30g/t silver at Burkheer Khar Uul"
Could this explain the trading halt? I guess we'll see soon enough.
Good luck all. Please DYOR.
Mongolia to revoke licences
Mongolia's Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy has revoked a swathe of exploration licences in the country's river basins and forest reserves. The order was approved at a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, and follows the enactment of a law in July 2009 prohibiting exploration and mining in protected areas (with specific exceptions for deposits of strategic importance).
The revocation of almost 1,800 licences will proceed on a staged basis, starting with 254 alluvial-gold licences. Analysts at Ulaanbaatar-based Frontier Securities estimate that the decision will ultimately affect 20% of the country's iron-ore reserves, 24% of the gold and 74% of the tin reserves.
The decision incorporates the provinces of Selenge, Bulgan, Tuv, Uvurkhangai, Darkhan, Arkhangai, Bayankhongor and Khentii. Frontier says the declaration will include the Bayangol iron-ore mine of Hong Kong-based Iron Mining International Ltd.
The important Boroo gold project of Centerra Gold Inc is apparently not subject to the new law but the Toronto-based company confirmed that four of its other licenses may be revoked. Centerra was warned in March that the licence for its Gatsuurt hardrock gold deposit could be revoked, but it has not so far been listed.
The decision follows an announcement in April by the country's president, Elbegdorj Tsakhia, halting all new mining permits until the passage of a new mining law to prevent attempts to "exert influence on our sovereign policies".
The government says compensation will be considered with regard to licence fees already paid and environmental costs incurred.
Hier müssen Rechte geschützt werden. (Wald, Wasser, Umwelt) Das ist Standard in den meisten Ländern. So soll es auch sein.
Natürlich hört es sich für einen Investor erst nicht positiv an - jedoch für die Betroffenen Menschen in diesen Regionen ein Schritt in die richtige Richtung.
Jetzt mal abwarten....
The licences that have been revoked related to a law that has been in place several years to protect pristine river basins and water catchment areas. A number of alluvial gold miners operate within these areas and it has been common knowledge that the government was looking to stop this type of mining. Voyager is not affected at all by this. Our tenements are not located within these areas.
Sieht also nicht so bedrohlich für die Gesellschaft aus...... nur meine Meinung....