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On Tuesday, New World Oil & Gas (NEW) announced yet another failure to close its elusive deal with the mysterious and privately held Niel Petroleum. The new deadline is April 30th and once again I will not hold my breath. Today, I’d like to remind you about the $1million in loans New World’s executive team took out to pay for their participation in the $10million placement, just over a year ago. Yes that’s right, the company further diluted its shareholders to lend money to its executive directors, to buy shares in the business. What a wonderful use of working capital!
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