Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sino-asia Mining And Resources LSE:SNO London Ordinary Share GB00B05JJT30 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 21.11p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Sino-asia Mining And Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/12/2007
17:59
Looks like Newland Stockbrokers are handling this: http://www.newlandfinancial.co.uk/ns_recent_deals.html
topvest
08/12/2007
13:41
I see the acquisition has now taken place given the share issue lodged at Companies House. Next step is AIM listing early next year.
topvest
06/12/2007
21:25
David Cather is the CEO - 0207 514 1490. Let me know the outcome please?
topvest
06/12/2007
11:16
topvest have you the companies address/tel no,as i would very much like to contact them. Thank you.
milner2
03/12/2007
22:06
Jan/Feb time according to a shareholder letter. NWA were more aggressive on timing than the Sino Asia letter. I would guess March, but I think it will happen.
topvest
03/12/2007
15:21
Restructuring of DRC assets acquisition by Sino Wednesday, November 21, 2007; Posted: 09:32 PM Sydney, Nov 22, 2007 (RWE via COMTEX) -- NVMN | charts | news | PowerRating -- (RWE Aust Business News) Some of the issues revealed in due diligence have required the acquisition of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) assets from New World Alloys (ASX:NWA) by Sino Asia Mining to be restructured. NWA will transfer the assets of its subsidiary Nova Mining sprl to another of its subsidiaries, Macro Mining sprl. Sino will acquire NWA's interest in Macro and thereby acquire the DRC copper operations, two exploration concessions held by Macro in the DRC and Phoenix Resources sprl, Macro's subsidiary, which also holds two exploration concessions. Sino has loaned 750,000 pounds to Nova to allow operations to continue in the DRC. The loan is secured by a floating charge over the shares that NWA owns in Nova. The acquisition is expected to be finalised before the end of the year. rweabn.com.au Maybe see this one relisting on AIM as Congo Copper Corp in the new year.
milner2
04/8/2007
10:40
Interesting... http://www.newworldalloys.com/index.html
topvest
04/8/2007
10:35
Wow..like this bit..... "The proposed pricing of the second fund raising should be higher than 2p and, hopefully, in the region of 10p."
topvest
04/8/2007
08:47
30th July 2007 Manager of Company Announcements Australian Stock Exchange Limited Level 6, 20 Bridge Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 By E-Lodgement QUARTERLY REPORT FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 3oth JUNE 2007 NEW WORLD ALLOYS (ASX: NWA) (the "company") is pleased to advise shareholders of the following key activities during the quarter. As reported previously, the Board had been conducting serious negotiations with a London based group over a period of time to enable the Congo operations to be fully funded with suitable plant, a reliable source of ore and coke supply and suitable sales arrangements. Negotiations resulted in the announcement during the quarter of an agreement being entered into to restructure the Company's assets in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Under the Agreement, NWA will transfer its interest in two of its subsidiaries, Nova Mining SPRL (Nova) and Macro Mining (Macro) (which in turn owns 80% of Phoenix Resources) for the issue of 166,666,667 shares in the capital of Sino Asia Mining Resources Ltd (SAMR) at a deemed issue price of 2p each (Consideration Shares). Prior to and dependent on settlement of the transfer, SAMR has completed a fund raising of approximately £2,200,000 at 2p. At the completion of that raising and settlement, NWA will hold 55% of SAMR. SAMR intends to change its name to Congo Copper plc and seek admission to the Alternative Investment Market in London (AIM) at which time they may seek to raise a further ₤2,000,000. The proposed pricing of the second fund raising should be higher than 2p and, hopefully, in the region of 10p. NWA's diluted position in SAMR would then be 52%. At the completion of all raisings, Sino-Asia will still be a subsidiary of NWA and NWA will retain its controlling interest in the operations. A meeting of NWA shareholders to approve the transaction is set down for 11 am on August 14, 2007 at 129 Edward Street, Perth. We encourage those shareholders who cannot attend to send in their proxies. SAMR have well placed and experienced contacts in London and will be able to bring to the operations access to the London financial markets as well as mining engineering skills and personnel with widespread African experience. The Board feels that these, combined with the assets and skills the Company has in DRC, will lead to a fulfilment of the Company's objectives for the furnace business in DRC. Further, as the Government is now enforcing its ban on copper ore being exported across the border in Zambia for processing, the prospects for the Company's furnace business in DRC has greatly improved.
milner2
04/8/2007
07:57
Had completely forgotten that i still held some of these. AGM has been called for the 20th August and i might just find out where and attend to find out some more info. Cheers.
milner2
31/7/2007
21:27
CIRCULAR OUT Great news - deal at 2p going through - £2m placing already done. Acquisition of Congo copper mineral rights and processing equipment. Name change to Congo Copper Corporation plc. Re-listing to AIM within 4m. LOOKS FANTASTIC!!
topvest
23/6/2007
19:43
Still looks like this may come back according to latest accounts. Looks like shares are about to be issued also judging from the resolution just filed at Companies House.
topvest
08/10/2006
15:52
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Abuse team
02/10/2006
08:34
Is anybody able to tell me if suspension of companies similar to SNO becomes permanent as from tomorrow (6 months being up)?, and how the situation concerning shareholdings in these companies is dealt with. ie do i wave my money goodbye?...
milner2
06/4/2006
14:18
Looks like we won't have to wait 6months. Good news. Sino-Asia Mining & Resources PLC 06 April 2006 6 April 2006 Sino-Asia Mining & Resources plc Update Sino-Asia Mining and Resources plc ('the Company') continues to pursue various natural resource projects as potential investments in the China and South-east Asia region, including certain target investments for which negotiations and due diligence are at an advanced stage. The Company is confident that by the end of the first half of 2006 it will have secured an agreement to proceed with investments in one of these targets. The Company's Board will issue a further announcement when there is a reportable, material development. -ends- This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
milner2
31/3/2006
14:06
lol. Oh well six months of being in the dark then, with maybe a small glimmer of light.....?
milner2
31/3/2006
14:00
Well as long as he thanks us for our continued trust and confidence, that's alright then
bowlhead
31/3/2006
13:58
RNS Number:7823A Sino-Asia Mining & Resources PLC 31 March 2006 Interim Report for the period ending 31st December 2005 Chairman's statement Dear Shareholders, During the financial period to 31 December 2005, the Company has continued to pursue negotiations towards acquiring natural resource opportunities in the South-east Asia region. CORPORATE FINANCE AND INVESTMENT During the period to 31 December 2005 the Company pursued various potential investments, none of which have crystallised during the period. Negotiations have continued in China and the Company hopes for a successful conclusion. The Company consumed #106,595 of cash during the period. POST BALANCE SHEET EVENT The Company raised #50,000 on 6 January 2006 by way of a placing of 2,500,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 2 pence. These new shares were admitted to trading on AIM on 13 January 2006. OUTLOOK The Company is confident that by the end of the first half of 2006 it will have secured an active interest Company's current target. The Company expects to carry out a placing to raise further funds for working capital and to finance such an acquisition, during which time and with immediate effect the Company's AIM listing will be suspended under the current AIM Rules. CONCLUSION Sino-Asia Mining and Resources plc has advanced towards its objectives and the Board will report on material developments as and when they occur. On behalf of the Board, I thank shareholders for the continued trust and confidence they have placed in us. Roger Barby, Chairman 31 March 2006 Consolidated Income Statement (Unaudited) For the 6 months ended 31st December 2005 OPERATING LOSS (141,653)
bowlhead
28/2/2006
20:24
milner2 - 27 Feb'06 - 13:53 - 55 of 55 Nice couple of rise's on minimal trades recently. Well they followed falls on minimal trades ; Ignoring the intraday, it was closing at a midprice of 3p for a couple of months then all of a sudden its 1.75. If you'd been a buyer at those levels (2p offer), the 40% rise in price wouldn't have actually got you into profit yet because of the monster spread! Ah well, stick them under the pillow and forget about them (am doing that with HPE too, which rose 15% on my £500 buy there today!)
bowlhead
27/2/2006
13:53
Nice couple of rise's on minimal trades recently. The Company is confident that by the end of the first quarter of 2006 it will have secured an active interest in the operation of a nature resource project in the Company's target region of South-east Asia. Should get update soon??.........
milner2
23/2/2006
10:15
Can't hunt down a phone number for SNO but have the office address. In town 2moro, will pop in & see if any more info available..........
milner2
23/2/2006
08:03
Same here, in at 2p but only with a very speculative £500 !
bowlhead
22/2/2006
14:35
Halifax same quote. Don't like the spread but bought in at 2p. The placing on the 9th January with Pacific international management was at 2p.
milner2
22/2/2006
14:12
TD quoting 1 - 2.5
jonno1
22/2/2006
13:26
Finding it hard work 2 find any info on this Co!. Newland resources website dosn't have anything about SNO but seem a good company to have in your corner, staff with plenty experience in Asia. Like the positive final results statement. CORPORATE FINANCE AND INVESTMENT In the Admission Document the Company stated that, following Admission, it would pursue an active strategy of investment in the mining and mineral sectors, to enhance the value of the Company's assets. During the period to 30 June 2005 the Company pursued various potential investments none of which crystallised up to the end of the financial year. Negotiations have continued since the balance sheet date and the Company hopes for a successful conclusion to ongoing negotiations. OUTLOOK The Company is confident that by the end of the first quarter of 2006 it will have secured an active interest in the operation of a nature resource project in the Company's target region of South-east Asia. The Company expects to carry out a placing to raise further funds for working capital and to finance such an acquisition. CONCLUSION In the short period since Admission Sino-Asia Mining and Resources plc has advanced towards its objectives and has identified and is negotiating potential investment opportunities. 12 January 2006The Board will report on material developments as and when they occur. I thank, on your behalf, our nominated adviser, solicitors, accountants, and other advisers for their hard work and support during the period under review. Finally, on behalf of the Board, I thank shareholders for the trust and confidence they have placed in us. Roger Barby, Chairman 17 January 2006 Speculative buy, but you never know might come good????......
milner2
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