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Ahmet has been instrumental in that growth over the last three years and now he will lead us as we expand further in Cameroon and elsewhere within Africa. - chairman Kevin Foo.
"We are delighted to have secured this option over Avalon, which further demonstrates our growing position in the emerging Porcupine Basin Paleocene play,” said John O’Sullivan, technical director of Providence.
Chaartat has a twin track strategy: it is developing the project itself as well as talking to potential partners who would fund a far more aggressive programme.
The ongoing phase II CoDIFy trial of ridinilazole has indicated it is more effective at preserving gut microbiome of patients than the go-to drug vancomycin.
The Aureus team has installed a larger gravity screen with the aim of optimising performance and increasing recovery rates.
"We are confident that this project will be extended to provide connectivity to other education institutions in Kenya, such as primary and secondary schools," said chief executive Zvi Marom.
It follows 12 months’ “focused work” by gemstones specialist Andrew Cunningham that has provided “a detailed mine plan with a far greater understanding of the geology and mineralisation of the deposit”.
"We are delighted to enter into this agreement with Holiday Extras,” said FairFX chief executive Ian Strafford-Taylor.
A look at some broker upgrades and downgrades on the day
On a week in which retailers came to the market, largely warned on trading and profitability and definitely failed to conquer, Barclays provided an antidote to the gloom with an upgrade to shares in Britain's largest grocer.
A company owned by one of Russia's richest men become a significant shareholder in Petropavlovsk.
Associated British Food, Soco, Rotork, Premier Oil, Kaz Minerals and BHP Billiton were in Friday's broker spotlight