Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Myanmar Investments International Limited LSE:MIL London Ordinary Share VGG636111004 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.775 0.75 0.80 0.775 0.775 0.78 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -3.1 -8.6 - 30

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/6/2011
08:26
people are still nervous about the economy so selling on any rises. this week will be big week, after the greece bail out, all should recover. im not in rkh, not planing to buy any other stock.
m1tu
27/6/2011
08:18
well at least bem is doing well
munaf26
27/6/2011
08:09
here we go sellers back!
haroonm
27/6/2011
08:07
thats why we need bao to be at least 35p-40p before they release the rns, and with a bit of luck should see it spike to 50p but that all depends on the content of the rns.
haroonm
27/6/2011
08:03
yea that what i was thinking i hope it not the same with bao long term looks good but you get the feeling people will sell after rns with bao
munaf26
27/6/2011
07:58
no im not going to open anything.. did see the rns and is positive but will not be trading for a while until everything is calm. also proves they release a good rns goes up and people start selling into the rise....
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:56
massive week as regards to the markets, greeks voting in austirity. the chinese might be helping out. now if and its a big mahoooosive IF all goes to plan as in greeks vote it through then shares should recover very quickly especially the aim stocks. but the flip side if they dont....to be honest i dont want to think about that at the moment.
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:55
haroon mitu have you guys been watching rkh, they got a good rns today open at 325p but now come down to 282p, you guys holding or planning to go in
munaf26
27/6/2011
07:46
i think when bao announces 300mt they could be taken over while still cheap.
m1tu
27/6/2011
07:45
scap has moved awy from bid and offer, large buy order probably has been filled. scap wont be holding the price down anymore.
m1tu
27/6/2011
07:45
similar rise as bem on friday would be nice.
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:43
you cant buy much online.
m1tu
27/6/2011
07:42
the company will be taken out well before that, i would be suprised if it stay independent for another year, thats ofcourse if the prediction is right with all the jorc results for this year. 3 billion does get you thinking...just need the sz to get us off to a good start.
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:38
yeah its gonna be really hard to hold onto a stock for that long, i was always valuaing bao on 1bt, now 3 bt? if anyone can hold onto this, then theres lot of money to be made in here. at 3bt the resource value is around £90bn, so imagine the market cap for a miner sitting on £90bn resource and over 40-50 years of supply. but all will take time. lets see fist jorc, i think they delayed the first jorc cause sz turn out to be large than they thought it was and so the tonnage should be larger.
m1tu
27/6/2011
07:37
mitu my 30p prediction was a day out!
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:31
i totally agree mitu but tell me how many of us will be in this stock in 2-3 years? also we will get a better idea after the first jorc as to if all prediction/research is right and will need to reevaluate if i need to stay for the longer term.
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:28
good start of week and morning... i think we will see a sharp rise in next few days because jorc can me announce any time with in next two weeks... have a nice day guys
azhardar
27/6/2011
07:26
bao about to shoot up
m1tu
27/6/2011
07:24
now now munaf dont get excited
haroonm
27/6/2011
07:24
Wasalaam, looks like in 2-3 years time bao will be huge, could be something like ami.
m1tu
27/6/2011
07:17
salam bros. a good article and this proves longer term bao should be good. just need the first jorc to be at the high end to get the momemtum going. do like the last paragraph. "But in bigger terms we are uniquely placed in Mozambique in respect to its infrastructure and complementary resources. This has provided us with the opportunity to look at sub-3 billion tonne deposits, as well as opportunities to add additional value onsite," he concludes.
haroonm
26/6/2011
22:51
good post. after 300mt, i expect tale over bid.
m1tu
26/6/2011
19:38
"By the end of the third quarter this year we will have a global resource of at least 300 million tonnes, with plenty of scope for additional resources," notes James. "It is my personal opinion that we're sitting on between 300 million to 1 billion tonnes in the Tete area." "Baobab is in a really exciting phase of its development," insists James. "We have got a robust flow of meaningful news coming through to the end of this year, including a series of resource estimates in Tete, a scooping study at our Monte Muande project, and even a possible emerging coal story. "But in bigger terms we are uniquely placed in Mozambique in respect to its infrastructure and complementary resources. This has provided us with the opportunity to look at sub-3 billion tonne deposits, as well as opportunities to add additional value onsite," he concludes. does this not bring a smile to your face, need to top up
munaf26
26/6/2011
19:28
Nice read www.internationalresourcejournal.com Making it in Mozambique Obtaining first mover advantage in a district in southern Africa ripe for mining that remains, in some parts, unmapped, is a dream scenario for many. There are, of course, few who have what it takes to make the leap. Western Australia-based leading miner, Baobab Resources, entered Mozambique's fledgling materials market and has grown considerably since beginning operations in the country back in 2005. With a core focus on iron ore, as well as interests in base and precious metals, the company has a large land-holding covering five discrete project areas within the country, including its flagship project in the inland province and burgeoning mining hub of Tete. With valuable iron ore deposits along the Zambezi River, which runs through the province, the government of Mozambique has taken a proactive approach to business in its country where more than half the population still live below the poverty line. Baobab was established in order to acquire the Mozambican company Capitol Resources, which its directors considered to have a balanced portfolio of projects in Mozambique ranging from advanced resource definition drill targets to brownfield exploration, and greenfield commodities prospects. Baobab managing director Ben James says: "We've grown rather quickly from a £10 million to 15 million company to a plus-£50 million market company since the beginning of this year, which has been a rather rapid increase in our value." A geological gold mine As a geologist with 15 years global experience in the mineral exploration industry, James says that it was originally the geology of Mozambique that encouraged the company to set up shop in the southern African republic. "We recognized that there is the same prospective geological terrain that has been exploited in neighbouring countries, but it had hardly received any modern exploration companies," remarks James. "There are opportunities not just for deposits, but entire mineral fields that have yet to be walked over." With such an abundance of untouched resources it is no surprise that the big hitters from the global mining industry are eyeing up and setting up shop in the region. As a result of the interest being shown from abroad, Mozambique has begun undergoing something of an economic renaissance. Just 10 years ago it was one of Africa's poorest countries, but today thanks to investment from foreign vehicles the world over and, perhaps more importantly its stable democratic government, it is one of Africa's fasting growing economies. The stability of the republic's political system has helped mining companies like Baobab settle in and flourish quickly, and has acted to ensure businesses have all the support necessary to take advantage of the country's untouched resources. "The Ministry for Mineral Resources has taken a very proactive approach," says James. "They see mining as the cornerstone of the new Mozambican economy. They are pragmatic and are taking a very solid long-term view on the future of Mozambique, and it's proving to be a very enjoyable place in which to work." Teaming up with the IFC In Tete, Baobab has teamed up with International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank. Baobab owns 85 per cent of its project in the province and IFC owns the remaining 15 per cent. "Having an IFC investment gives both the company and the project a lot of credibility," James says. "Financially of course it is very useful as for every dollar we spend the World Bank stumps up 15 cents. "But the real benefit we see to working with IFC is down the track when it comes to negotiating access to port, rail and power; having them on our side of the negotiating side of the table will be very valuable as they carry a significant amount of clout in southern Africa." The experience IFC has in social and community-based programs is something James says will help when it comes to implementing a large-scale CSR strategy. "As all of our projects mature, having the IFC supporting us with our CSR initiatives will be very useful as that's really what they specialize in, especially in community development programs," he remarks. Size and scale Within its exploration licence, spanning 600 square kilometres, metallurgical studies and financial modelling for the Tete iron/vanadium/titanium project have outlined a robust project economics in the production of discrete, high-value titanomagnetite and ilmenite concentrates, with potential additional value upgrading onsite, which could include mine-mouth pelletising or smelting. The site is strategically located to access low-tariff hydro-electric power, rail and port infrastructure, as well as having access to possible coking coal deposits. Historical exploration limited to government sponsored work was undertaken in the 1960s and 1980s; however, no previous drilling ever took place. Upon commencing exploration of the area in mid-2008 Baobab immediately recognized the area's significant resource potential, with the mineralised strike in the Massamba Group alone in excess of 8 kilometres. An independent estimate on the Massamba Group claims that the area has could accommodate an exploration target between 400 million to 700 million tonnes at a maximum depth of 250 metres below the surface, supported by 7,500 metre scout diamond drilling. An aggressive 2011 exploration campaign focused on achieving a targeted global resource inventory of 300 million tonnes and RC drilling programs, totalling 25,000 metres, has been designed to define resources at South Zone, Chitongue Grande extensions and Chimbala within the Massamba Group. As a result, three RC rigs and two diamond rigs are under contract to accelerate the work programs and ensure that the resource milestones are met. Improving infrastructure The company's activities in Mozambique's interior have benefited from the infrastructure surrounding the Zambezi River, which flows into the Indian Ocean. Africa's fourth largest river provides Mozambique with a significant energy source through the use of hydropower. "In Mozambique we are confident that we'll be able to negotiate electricity tariff rates at a half, if not a quarter, of what you would expect to pay in Australia or West Africa, which will have a massive impact on our operational costs," says James. "If you take a look at a typical Western Australia magnetite operation, the power bill-as a component of the mineral processing costs-often makes up around 30 per cent of the overall overheads. There will be a significant impact on our financial modelling, as a result of Mozambique's plentiful power supply." With roads and rail improvement and refurbishment plans in place, Baobab is a company that is confident that it can take full advantage of the iron ore and other mineral resources on offer. "This infrastructure is multi-party," says James. "It's not going to be monopolized and we won't see a situation where smaller companies cannot get access to railway infrastructure, for example. "We have also had the green light from environmental agencies in regards to barging on the Zambezi River," he adds. "This has now been put forward for public consideration, and if it turns out to be a viable option it will act to open up additional opportunities for getting bulk commodities very cheaply to the coast." Baobab has spent much of its time exploring the Massamba region north of where it has been granted an exploratory license in the Tete province and later this year will begin to take a closer look at the Singora region south of Massamba. "By the end of the third quarter this year we will have a global resource of at least 300 million tonnes, with plenty of scope for additional resources," notes James. "It is my personal opinion that we're sitting on between 300 million to 1 billion tonnes in the Tete area." Community spirit With so much potential material underneath the feet of its workers, Baobab understands that while it stands to make a generous profit from its adventures in Tete, it also has a lot of responsibility in regards to the local population. "We are privileged to be working in Mozambique, but with privilege there comes a tremendous amount of responsibility; especially in respect to local communities and the environment in which we work," explains James. "For example, we try to employ 'local-local' as much as possible. 'Local-local' is an IFC buzzword that means 'as close to the drill rig as possible'. "We have a large team of employees in Mozambique, of which more than 90 per cent are Mozambican, and some of these people have been with us for more than four years now. "They have really thrived thanks to the mentoring and training programs in place, and it has been a real pleasure to see a lot of these guys developing their skills." The real benefit of the company's work in Mozambique, James says, is the amount that is being returned and invested in the country's economy. "CSR is incredibly important to Baobab, its shareholders and the local population," he notes. "But the real benefit of mining is the royalties and how the government redistribute those royalties across the country." Venturing into Tete has proven a huge success for Baobab and its project in the province has developed from a concept to a company flagship project within two years. It is a tale of success being written and reflected across a growing Mozambique. "Baobab is in a really exciting phase of its development," insists James. "We have got a robust flow of meaningful news coming through to the end of this year, including a series of resource estimates in Tete, a scooping study at our Monte Muande project, and even a possible emerging coal story. "But in bigger terms we are uniquely placed in Mozambique in respect to its infrastructure and complementary resources. This has provided us with the opportunity to look at sub-3 billion tonne deposits, as well as opportunities to add additional value onsite," he concludes.
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