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*on buyback* Global Ferronickel Holdings, Inc.
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BUSINESS PROFILE

Global Ferronickel Holdings, Inc. (FNI), formerly Southeast Asia Cement Holdings, Inc. (CMT), was established on May 3, 1994 as a holding company. The Securities and Exchange Commission approved the Company’s change in name to the present one on December 22, 2014.The Company’s objective is to deliver value by carrying out our activities in an environmentally, socially and financially responsible manner for the benefit of the nation, the communities where we operate, our employees, customers and other stakeholders.

On June 7, 2013, the Company’s shareholders, Calumboyan Holdings, Inc. (CHI), Lafarge Holdings (Philippines), Inc. (LHPI) and Seacem Silos, Inc. (SSI) signed a sale and purchase agreement with IHoldings, Inc., Januarius Resources Realty Corp., and Kwantlen Development Corp. (collectively IHoldings Group) for the sale of CHI’s, LHPI’s and SSI’s respective shares of stock representing 89.87% of the Company to the IHoldings Group. CHI, LHPI and SSI further sold all of their shareholdings within the same month, causing IHoldings Group to become the new principal shareholder of FNI.

In July 2014, the IHoldings Group sold its entire stake in FNI to several companies and stockholders, which intend to inject their nickel mining operations into the Company.

FNI’s subsidiaries are Platinum Group Metals Corporation, Surigao Integrated Resources Corporation, PGMC-CNEP Shipping Services Corp, and PGMC International Limited.

Source: SEC Form 17-A (2016)

Southeast Asia Cement Holdings, Inc. (CMT) was established on May 3, 1994 as a holding company. In December 2003, CMT subscribed to 1,548,614,753 common shares of Republic Cement Corporation (RCM). As payment for the said subscription, CMT exchanged its 19,960,995 common shares in FR Cement Corporation (FRCC) and 10,000,000 common shares in Lloyds Richfield Industrial Corporation (LRIC). As a result, FRCC and LRIC ceased to be subsidiaries of CMT. Accordingly, RCM became an associate investee of CMT with an 26.59% interest.

On October 9, 2007, the Securities and Exchange Commission approved the merger of CMT's subsidiaries, Seacem Silos, Inc. (SSI) and Seacem Trading Corporation (STC); and SSI's subsidiary, Agrodynamics Philippines, Inc., and STC's subsidiary, Hopkins Holdings, Inc., with SSI as the surviving entity. SSI remains a wholly-owned subsidiary of CMT. SSI has not started commercial operations.

At present, the Company does not have an operating cement manufacturing subsidiary.

Source: SEC Form 17-A (2010)


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Just want to say Good Morning to CMT! Smile
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In both its weekly and daily time frames, CMT broke out of a symmetrical triangle this week.

Bollinger bands very narrow now, a major move could happen soon. Williams %R is biased to the upside.

My rooster is digging if accumulation was done. Maybe we will buy, . . or maybe we have already bought. Tongue

"In everything God works for the good of those who love Him, whom He has called according to His plan." - Romans 8:28
That belief is not to subject to change. On my other takes, you take sole risk if my rooster is serious or just heckling.
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Woohoo! Smile for today's volume.

1.65 and 1.77 coming soon?
"In everything God works for the good of those who love Him, whom He has called according to His plan." - Romans 8:28
That belief is not to subject to change. On my other takes, you take sole risk if my rooster is serious or just heckling.
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^^Ayus ba ang Good morning ko dito last June 29? Smile
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bought today.. sana meron pa bukas... chart looking good..
when GOD steps in, MIRACLE happens.....

It's more fun in FOREX!!!

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#7
join ako....

3 days hold... Tongue
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chacha.. sana ma swerte tayo dito.. hihi .. guess huge upside of ma break ung resistance ng rsi...


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when GOD steps in, MIRACLE happens.....

It's more fun in FOREX!!!

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vester...

lets wait and see mamaya or this week...

1.60 to break bullish....
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(07-05-2011, 08:39 AM)CHArles Wrote: vester...

lets wait and see mamaya or this week...

1.60 to break bullish....
One thing for sure ako dyan Pakner ,he is in safe hands kung sumabay sya sa pag pasok mo dito,kabisado mo eto hahahaha,for sure makakalabas kayo ng buhay dito
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