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Arc Minerals sells Andiamo stake for US$250,000 cash

Emerald Ex is buying the 18.48% stake with the transaction set to close on 25 February

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The Zamsort copper deposit is Arc's main focus

Arc Minerals Limited (LON:ARCM) has sold its stake in Eritrea-focused copper explorer Andiamo Exploration for US$250,000.

Emerald Ex is buying the 18.48% stake for cash with the transaction set to close on 25 February.  

Nick von Schirnding, Arc’s executive chairman said: "The sale of Andiamo represents a step forward in delivering on our strategy of selling non-core assets.  

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“The proceeds of the transaction will be deployed to our current exploration programme at our Zamsort copper-cobalt project. 

“We are also progressing discussions with a number of interested third parties in respect of our other non-core assets."

Arc’s attention is focused on the Zamsort copper deposit in Zambia and gold acreage at Misisi in the DRC.

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