Mining Weekly reported Aldridge Minerals (TSXV:AGM) said it will sell its noncore interests in Anatolia Energy (ASX:AEK,TSXV:AEE) and Vetter Uranium for about C$765,000.
As quoted in the market news:
The company said the sale of these assets would complete its plan to divest its uranium holdings, which was started by the spin-off of Aldridge Uranium in early 2011.
Aldridge had sold just more than ten-million ordinary shares of ASX-listed Anatolia for about C$515 000. The company still held just more than three-million nontransferable Class A performance shares in Anatolia.
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