TVI Pacific Inc. Extends Tranche 2 Subscription Agreement with Foyson Resources Limited
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CALGARY, Aug. 2, 2013 /CNW/ – TVI Pacific Inc. (TSX:TVI) (OTCQX:TVIPF) (TVI or the Company) announced today that it has reached an agreement
with Foyson Resources Limited (Foyson) to extend the period to complete
the remaining Tranche 2 subscription agreement. TVI originally signed a
Tranche 2 subscription agreement and associated joint venture
agreements with Foyson on August 28, 2012. The amended Tranche 2
agreement is subject to approval by Foyson shareholders.
All amounts stated in this news release are in Australian Dollars unless
Subject to funding, TVI will complete the remaining $900,000 placement
under Tranche 2 at a price per share of $0.007, on terms consistent
with those previously announced. The Tranche 2 placements have been
rescheduled and will be made in two payments, the first for $315,000
within 10 days of further financing to be received by TVI, and the
second for $585,000 within 10 days following the Foyson shareholder
meeting to approve the transaction.
As part of the amended terms of agreement, Foyson will make an early
repayment of 50% of the $600,000 unsecured convertible loan provided
earlier by TVI, payable from the final Tranche 2 placement. The balance
of the loan will continue to be subject to existing terms.
With respect to the Amazon Bay Project, TVI has agreed that Foyson will
assume project management responsibility for the remainder of Stage 1.
“We are pleased to reach this agreement with Foyson.” said Cliff James,
Chairman and CEO of TVI Pacific Inc. “This agreement helps to preserve
the company’s total cash outflow and extends the period to complete the
Tranche 2 funding, while providing TVI with exposure to Foyson’s
attractive portfolio of assets.”
About TVI Pacific Inc.
TVI Pacific Inc. is a Canadian resource company focused on the
production, development, exploration and acquisition of resource
projects in the Philippines and Southeast Asia. The Company produces
copper and zinc concentrates from its Canatuan mine and is advancing
its Balabag Gold-Silver project. TVI is a participant/operator in
several joint venture projects in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea
and also has an interest in an offshore Philippine oil property.
The Toronto Stock Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved of the
information contained herein.
SOURCE TVI Pacific Inc.