Erdene Announces Conversion of EBRD Convertible Loan and Provides Bayan Khundii Gold Project Update

Erdene Announces Conversion of EBRD Convertible Loan and Provides Bayan
Khundii Gold Project Update

HALIFAX, Nova  Scotia,  Oct. 13,  2020  (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)  --  Erdene  Resource
Development Corp. (TSX:ERD;  MSE:ERDN) ("Erdene" or  the "Company")  announces
that the European Bank for  Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD” or  “Bank”)
has exercised its conversion option in respect of its US$5 million convertible
loan (“Convertible  Loan”)  with  the Company.  Following  conversion  of  the
Convertible  Loan,  the  EBRD  owns  and  controls  30,043,290  common  shares
representing approximately 11.2% of the  issued and outstanding common  shares
of the Company.

Erdene is  also  pleased to  provide  a  project update  for  its  100%-owned,
high-grade, open-pit Bayan Khundii Gold  Project (“Bayan Khundii” or “BK”)  in
southwest Mongolia.

Quotes from the Company and EBRD:

"The proceeds of the  EBRD Convertible Loan provided  the funding to  complete
the recently announced  Bayan Khundii  Gold Project  Feasibility Study,”  said
Peter Akerley, Erdene’s President and CEO. “The 
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1970 Dodge Charger 500 Project Car Barn Find Sells For Bargain

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This car needs a lot of work, but are you surprised that it only sold for $12,500?

Putting a value on a car that needs this much work is near impossible, but this Charger was recently sold on eBay for only $12,500, which has us scratching our heads a little. Although, this is a little reporting in reverse, the car runs, and you’d think that would be enough to boost the price of this Dodge Charger 500, a bit. Now, we’re somewhat wondering if the used car boom is leading people to back off of project cars right now, or maybe it’s a shortage of raw materials to make car parts needed to restore it?

We strongly stand by the idea that a collector car/vintage/classic, what have you, is worth exactly as much as someone will pay for it, but this seems like

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Automobile Weather Strip Market 2020-2024 Industry Size, Share, New Project SWOT Analysis, Investment Feasibility Analysis, Future Forecast

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Automobile Weather Strip report studied the current Automobile Weather Strip market share on segment basis (by application, by product and by region), so as to provide an insight on the current market

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The Archive Project: Self-Portrait: Memoir, Auto-Fiction and History

Debra Gwartney (top left), Mitchell S. Jackson (top right), Peter Rock (lower left), Elena Passarello (lower right)

Debra Gwartney (top left), Mitchell S. Jackson (top right), Peter Rock (lower left), Elena Passarello (lower right)

John Clark, John Ricard , Ida Rock, Wendy Madar

On this episode of “Literary Arts: The Archive Project,” we revisit an event that took place at the 2019 Portland Book Festival. The panel, titled “Self Portrait: Memoir, Auto-Fiction and History,” features three incredible Oregonian writers: Debra Gwartney, Mitchell S. Jackson, and Peter Rock, and was moderated be Elena Passarello.

What is shared between these writers are projects that attempt to reconstruct a past in order to understand the present. They have not simply written personal accounts of their lives, but they have widened the lens and scope of their books to account for the communities that shaped them, the historical forces that shaped their communities, and the lives they have led—both their interior lives and

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Opponents to affordable housing development in Towson say project would further erode historic Black neighborhood

St. James African Union First Colored Methodist Protestant Church has been standing on Jefferson Avenue in Towson for the past 159 years.



a group of people standing in a parking lot: Nancy Goldring, president of the Northeast Towson Improvement Association, leads about two dozen attendees on a tour of Historic East Towson on Sept. 22. The tour was organized as part of an effort by residents of East Towson and the Harris Hills condominium complex to resist a proposed 57-unit affordable housing complex they say will exacerbate flooding issues, school overcrowding and traffic congestion on East Joppa Road. Goldring during the tour showed how unwanted development has whittled down into six blocks an historically Black community founded by freed men once enslaved at the former Hampton estate.


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Nancy Goldring, president of the Northeast Towson Improvement Association, leads about two dozen attendees on a tour of Historic East Towson on Sept. 22. The tour was organized as part of an effort by residents of East Towson and the Harris Hills condominium complex to resist a proposed 57-unit affordable housing complex they say will exacerbate flooding issues, school overcrowding and traffic congestion on East Joppa Road. Goldring during the tour showed how unwanted development has whittled down into six blocks an historically Black community founded by freed men once enslaved at the former Hampton estate.

Its history is linked indelibly to the Historic East Towson neighborhood in which it was erected: it is Towson’s oldest African-American church and second-oldest congregation, built by

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Project Muscle Cars For Sale – How to Get Started on Fixing Old Power Cars!

For the true old car repair aficionados, there is no better delight in life better than the feel of being able to fix and repair an obsolete, broken down, forsaken muscle car from the fifties, sixties or seventies. The satisfaction you get from repairing such a car and then actually driving it is the best feeling in the world. This hobby is not for people strapped for cash.

You’d expect decades old cars to be extremely cheap. You’d expect scrap yards to give them away for free. But quite the opposite is true. Many people enjoy the style, class and charisma of a classic, genuine muscle car. There are no new ones being made. There are not many left. They are in high demand. The prices for this type of automobile are pretty much equal to the price you will pay for a new, modern vehicle!

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