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Argex eligible for 10-year Quebec income tax holiday

November 5, 2013
        --  Estimated savings of $37 million for Argex.

MONTREAL, Nov. 5, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – Argex Titanium Inc. (TSX: RGX) (“Argex” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it is eligible for a 10-year provincial
income tax holiday. Last year, the Government of Quebec announced such
an incentive program for companies in certain industrial sectors that
make a minimum capital investment of $300 million in the province of
Quebec. This threshold was recently reduced by the Quebec Government to
$200 million.

Argex now qualifies for this 10-year income tax holiday, which is
limited to 15% of the projected eligible capital investment in the
province. This equates to approximate tax savings to Argex of $37

“The Argex team is very pleased with this change by the Government of
Quebec,” commented Mark Billings, Chief Financial Officer of Argex.
“This will result in significant tax savings for Argex once we begin
production of titanium dioxide at our first industrial-sized facility
at Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. These tax savings will be realized in the
early years of production. This is very good news for the Company and
its shareholders.”

About Argex Titanium Inc.

ARGEX Titanium Inc. is a near-term producer of Titanium Dioxide (TiO(2)) pigment. With a primary goal of advancing rapidly towards production,
Argex has adopted a simple and low-risk strategy for the scale-up of
its proprietary process.

Argex is pleased to have selected Valleyfield, Quebec as the location
for its Research & Development centre and first industrial-sized
production facility. The location of the site can be viewed at Argex Valleyfield.

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SOURCE Argex Titanium Inc.

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