AIM-listed mineral resource exploration and development company Amur Minerals has announced the drill results at its Maly Karumkon deposit in the far east of Russia.
The results indicated that the newly drilled area contained higher nickel and copper grades than previously intersected before this year. The strike length has also been doubled to at least two kilometres, the company's update stated.
Maly Kurumkon is one of three drilled deposits located within the Company's Kun-Manie exploration licence area.
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Amur Minerals' share price was unchanged at 4.72p at 09:14 on Monday morning.
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