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Having successfully secured a three-month extension of a $30 million (£20 million) loan facility and convertible loan notes, unloved EMED Mining (EMED) now needs to assemble a financing package of E70 million (£51 million) and E90 million’ to re-launch copper production from Spain’s historic Rio Tinto mine by this autumn. So says Alberto Lavandeiro, AIM-quoted EMED’s chief executive officer, in the wake of an agreement by three key shareholders, lenders and potential customers to extend the loan repayment deadline and the maturity of the convertible by three months to the end of June.
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