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Boliden: Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves, 2018

Successful exploration work at Tara continued in 2018, with no other major contributions to report. Exploration drifts are under development at Tara and Kristineberg in order to establish improved locations for drill towards the new mineralisations. Garpenberg, Aitik and Kevitsa have Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves sufficient to secure production for many years to come.

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Keliber appoints financial Advisors for the Lithium Project Investments

Keliber Oy has appointed Carnegie Investment Bank AB and Nordea Bank Abp as advisors for the equity financing for the Company’s mining and lithium chemical production project. Carnegie will be the Global Coordinator for the equity financing. Together with Company, the advisors will explore different financing options, including possibilities for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) through a listing of the Company’s shares, for the construction of the Lithium Project.

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Vale implements two Sediment Control Membranes on the Paraopeba River

Two of the three membranes that will protect the water withdrawal system of the city of á de Minas, on the Paraopeba River, are already in operation. The second barrier was installed yesterday (3/2/19) and the first, on Saturday (2/2/19). The third will be installed today (4/2/19), weather permitting. Since yesterday, weather in the region has been challenging, with rain and wind reported.

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Vale informs on the Hiring of independent Office to assist in the Investigation of the Causes of the Brumadinho Accident

Vale SA informs that it has hired the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP ("Skadden") to select and work together with a panel of experts to evaluate the causes of the rupture of Dam I in Brumadinho. The office will provide advice to Vale on various legal issues arising from the breakdown of Dam I, including regarding certain initiatives that the company may take in response to the breach.

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QLD Coal keeps breaking Records

Queensland’s coal industry has yet again demonstrated its critical importance to the State’s economy delivering record exports over the year to December 2018, said the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). QRC Chief Executive Ian Macfarlane said new data from Queensland’s ports revealed total coal exports of 223 million tonnes (mt) surpassing the last record by 2 mt set in 2016.

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