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  1. Zijin Jumps as Chinese Miner Buys Into Barrick, Ivanhoe ProjectsRead the original story

    56 min ago | The Washington Post

    Zijin Mining Group Co.' s jumped to the highest in three years in Hong Kong trading after China's most valuable gold producer outlayed $710 million in two deals that extend its reach across the globe.


  2. China's Zijin Mining Spending Big on Copper and GoldRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Resource Investing News

    Zijin Mining Group is China's most valuable gold producer, and the company looks to be investing more and more in mining projects outside the country. Last December, Zijin announced a C$81-million investment in Pretium Resources and that company's Brucejack project.


  3. China's Zijin Mining buys into projects owned by Ivanhoe, BarrickRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Northern Miner

    Just a week after Vale unveiled a memorandum of understanding with one of China's largest commercial banks for financing arrangements worth up to US$4 billion, Zijin Mining Group of southern Fujian province has agreed to acquire about 50% of Barrick Gold 's Porgera mine in Papua New Guinea as well as a 49% stake in Kamoa Holding Ltd., an Ivanhoe Mines ' subsidiary that owns 95% of the company's Kamoa copper discovery in the Democratic Republic of Congo.


  4. China's Zijin Spends $710 Million on Barrick, Ivanhoe DealsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Zijin will buy a 50 percent stake in Barrick Gold Corp.'s Porgera mine in Papua New Guinea for $298 million, according to a statement on Tuesday. Separately, the company based in China's Fujian province agreed to acquire 49.5 percent of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd.'s Kamoa copper project in Congo for $412 million.


  5. The Irrawaddy: Amnesty calls for Rio Tinto probe for role in Monywa mine saleRead the original story

    Monday Apr 27 | Burmanet

    London-based rights group Amnesty International has called on British authorities to investigate British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto for "a possible breach of EU economic sanctions on Burma" over the role it played in a controversial sale of the Burmese assets of a Canadian firm Ivanhoe Mines, a sale that according to a leaked US State Department cable may have involved internationally blacklisted billionaire Tay Za as a middle man. Vancouver-based Ivanhoe Mines was involved in the Monywa copper mining project by way of its 50 percent stake in a joint venture called Myanmar Ivanhoe Company Limited , a partnership with a Burmese state-owned company, which began operating the mine in the late 1990s.


  6. GoviEx Continues to Make Progress at Madaouela Project in NigerRead the original story

    Apr 21, 2015 | Resource Investing News

    The uranium spot price is currently at $38.85 per pound U3O8, well below what's cost effective for most miners, so it makes sense that those looking to move into production are waiting for the market to turn. That is exactly what GoviEx Uranium has done, while still managing to roll out encouraging results and tick off boxes on its to-do list.


  7. China-based Zijin Mining Group Completes Private Placement and Now...Read the original story

    Apr 20, 2015 | Sys-Con Media

    Robert Friedland, Executive Chairman of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. , and Chen Jinghe, Chairman of Zijin Mining Group Co., Ltd., jointly announced today that the private placement previously announced on March 23, 2015, has closed and approximately 9.9% of Ivanhoe Mines' issued and outstanding common shares now are owned by a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zijin. Under the terms of the private placement, Ivanhoe Mines has issued 76,817,020 common shares to a Zijin subsidiary at a price of C$1.36 per share, yielding gross proceeds of approximately C$105 million .


  8. Cash-strapped oilsands junior returns 3 leases to provinceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2015 | Edmonton Journal

    ... of worries of blowouts through caprock overlying the formation in the region, also stalled projects by Ivanhoe Energy Inc., Southern Pacific Resource Corp., Value Creation Inc. and Grizzly Oil Sands ULC. SilverWillow reported Friday the review still ...


  9. A wave of Canadian energy company defaults unlikely: Moody'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | The Globe and Mail

    ... $60 per barrel, the viability of some Canadian energy producers is in doubt. Southern Pacific Resource Corp., Ivanhoe Energy Inc., Shoreline Energy Corp., and Laricina Energy Ltd. have all defaulted on their obligations, making the possibility of ...


  10. Sidney Kimmel, Ivanhoe Pictures to Jointly Produce Local-Language FilmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | Hollywood Reporter

    Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Ivanhoe Pictures have unveiled a multi-year partnership to co-produce local language films in international film markets. The new joint venture, SKE Global, will co-finance and co-produce a slate of local language films in China, South Korea, India and other world markets.


  11. SKE Taps John Penotti As President, Forms Local-Language Venture With Ivanhoe PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | Deadline

    Sidney Kimmel Entertainment has tapped John Penotti as president to replace Jim Tauber, who retired to practice psychotherapy . And one day after Sony Pictures hired Fox's Sanford Panitch to ramp up slates of local-language films for the international marketplace, it has formed SKE Global with Ivanhoe Pictures , the production entity backed by financier Robert Friedland and run by producer Penotti.


  12. John Penotti Replacing Jim Tauber as Sidney Kimmel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | News Times

    John Penotti will replace Jim Tauber as president of Sidney Kimmel Entertainment, which has formed a new division called SKE Global that's a joint venture with Ivanhoe Pictures - the internationally-focused production house founded by financier Robert Friedland and producer Penotti. The announcement was made Tuesday by SKE founder and CEO Sidney Kimmel and Ivanhoe Pictures chairman Friedland.


  13. Ivanhoe Mines Reports Additional High-Grade Zinc, Copper, Silver and...Read the original story

    Apr 13, 2015 | Sys-Con Media

    Assay results received for drill hole KPU072 have confirmed a high-grade zone of zinc mineralization exists at depth to the south of the historically defined Big Zinc zone. Follow-up drilling by Ivanhoe confirms the initial massive sphalerite discovery and suggests a geometry and orientation similar to the Big Zinc zone.


  14. Kaizen searches for Kamoa analogues in Canada's Far NorthRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | The Northern Miner

    Kaizen Discovery is about to kick-start exploration for sediment-hosted copper deposits at its Coppermine project located 5 km south of the community of Kugluktuk, Nunavut. Heading the exploration team is sed-copper mogul David Broughton, who joined Kaizen in January as vice-president of exploration but continues to serve as an executive member of Ivanhoe Mines .


  15. Entree Gold CEO Gregory Crowe Sees Opportunity in MongoliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2015 | Resource Investing News

    The project, which includes an open-pit mine and a series of other deposits all managed by Rio Tinto , has been making headlines in recent months over disputes between the company and the Mongolian government that have held up underground development. Market watchers may remember that Oyu Tolgoi was once 66-percent owned by Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe Mines , which became Turquoise Hill Resources after Rio Tinto assumed control of it in 2012.


  16. Teck Resources and Antofagasta Deny Merger TalksRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | Resource Investing News

    Following a Bloomberg report put out Monday suggesting that Teck Resources and Antofagasta were in talks regarding a merger, both companies have put out press releases denying that claim. The article from Bloomberg stated that Teck and Antofagasta had conducted early-stage talks, although it noted that the miners both said they were not currently in negotiations.


  17. Ivanhoe Mines appoints venture fund co-founder Mahler to boardRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | PE Hub

    Ivanhoe Mines Executive Chairman Robert Friedland today announced the appointment of Livia Mahler as a non-executive, independent member of the company's Board of Directors, effective immediately. Ms. Mahler's appointment increases the number of directors to 10. Ms.


  18. Zijin Mining: Group to buy 9.9% of Ivanhoe sharesRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2015 | Iol.co.za

    ZIJIN Mining will buy 9.9 percent of Ivanhoe Mines, acquiring C$105 million of new shares from billionaire Robert Friedland's Africa-focused explorer to help it push forward with projects in the region. Zijin would buy about 76.8 million new shares at C$1.36 each in a private placement, the companies said yesterday in a joint statement.


  19. Ivanhoe secures Chinese investorRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2015 | The Northern Miner

    Fresh on the heels of its 2015 Thayer Lindsley award win for the discovery of the Kamoa copper deposit in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ivanhoe Mines has reeled in Zijin Mining as a strategic investor. One of China's largest gold producers, its second-largest copper producer and a significant miner of zinc, tungsten and iron ore - Zijin Mining is listed on the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges and has a market capitalization of more than US$10 billion.


  20. UPDATE 1-Zijin Mining to acquire stake in Friedland's Ivanhoe MinesRead the original story

    Mar 23, 2015 | Reuters

    China's Zijin Mining Group is set to buy a 9.9 percent stake in Ivanhoe Mines Ltd for about C$105 million and is in "detailed" talks on jointly developing Ivanhoe's copper project in central Africa, the two companies said on Monday. Shares in Ivanhoe Mines, which is led by the mining financier Robert Friedland and also owns a large platinum deposit in South Africa and zinc assets in the Democratic Republic of Congo, soared 17 percent to C$1.14.