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Wolf gets temporary debt reprieve

UK-based tungsten miner Wolf Minerals (ASX:WLF) has pushed back £2.1 million (US$2.76 million) in debt repayments until October, and announced a “strategic review” of how it will pay its lenders once the freeze is off.

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Wolfish appetite: the miner will try and work out how to make Drakelands a self-supporting operation before the end of October

Wolfish appetite: the miner will try and work out how to make Drakelands a self-supporting operation before the end of October

Wolf has also added £4 million to an existing £65 bridge facility, and has asked to take part of the £9.5 million set aside from a legal dispute around the noise and vibration issues at Hemerdon for general...

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