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Ivanhoe CEO Loses in Rio 'Chess Game' Over Mongolia Mine
Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. said yesterday the billionaire investor resigned as chief executive officer, along with other top executives at the Vancouver-based company.
Ivanhoe Mines CEO Quits in Deal With Rio Tinto  Wall Street Journal
Friedland exits as Ivanhoe, Rio sign finance deal  Reuters UK
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Ivanhoe Mines: Nothing Much Has Changed
Ivanhoe Mines (IVN) made two major announcements on April 18, 2012, that should not have surprised anyone and do not change the volatile outlook for the company through Mongolia's national elections in June 2012.
Canada hot stocks: Ivanhoe Mines, Couche-Tard, SXC  MarketWatch
Ivanhoe CEO Resigns as Rio Commits to Mongolia Mine Funds  BusinessWeek
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Friedland resigns from Ivanhoe Mines
In doing so, he leaves behind a $10-billion company that he built from scratch, and the satisfaction that he defied the skeptics and developed a mine in a country that very few investors believed in.
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Ivanhoe Mines to sell stake in Mongolian coal miner for $889M
VANCOUVER�Ivanhoe Mines says it has agreed to sell its stake in Mongolian coal miner SouthGobi Resources Ltd. to Aluminum Corporation of China Ltd. for C$889 million. The Vancouver-based company owns 104,807,155 shares of SouthGobi, ...
Chalco seeks up to 60% of SouthGobi Resources  The Deal Pipeline
Chalco to buy Ivanhoe's SouthGobi stake in $926 million deal  Reuters
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Chalco Agrees to Buy Ivanhoe SouthGobi Stake for C$889 Million
Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd., the nation's biggest producer of the metal, agreed to buy Ivanhoe Mines Ltd.'s stake in SouthGobi Resources Ltd.
Aluminum Corporation Of China, Coking Coal, The Gobi Desert, And An ...  Seeking Alpha
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Massive Mongolian mine raises environmental fears
Known locally as Oyu Tolgoi, the copper and gold mine, co-owned by Vancouver-based Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. and the Mongolian government, is expected to balloon the Central Asian country's GDP - an estimated $13.28 billion in 2011 - by more than 30 per ...
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Mongolia suspends SouthGobi licences
Earlier this month, Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. agreed to sell its 57.6% stake in SouthGobi to state-owned Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd.
SouthGobi/Chalco/Ivanhoe Deal Possibly Blocked: Is Mongolia's Investment ...  Seeking Alpha
SouthGobi plunges on threat to licence  Financial Times
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Closing Bell: TSX drops as most heavily-weighted sectors decline
A $7.70 drop in the price of gold, to $1,672.00 US an ounce, accounted for some of the decline in the materials sub-index, as did a dip in the share price of Ivanhoe Mines Ltd., which fell 7.88% to $14.37 after both Toronto-Dominion and Bank of ...
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Walkom: The real reason why Canada is cozying up to Burma's dictators
Canadian firms such as Vancouver-based Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. were among those determined investors. But when the dictatorship turned particularly ugly in 2007, even they were forced to draw in their horns.
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Playing the warranty odds
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