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VR Introduction

September, 2022

History and Structure

VR is an established junior exploration company focused on greenfields opportunities in critical metals, copper and gold in the western United States and Canada. VR is a publically traded, Canadian company registered in British Columbia and listed on the Venture Exchange (TSX.V) in Vancouver under the symbol VRR.V, with secondary listings in Frankfurt (5VR) and on the OTCQB in the United States (VRRCF).

VR is the continuance of 4 years of active mineral exploration in Nevada, USA, as a private company starting in 2014, followed by a successful IPO 2017. The founders are Michael Gunning, CEO, and Darin Wagner, Chairman. The Company is founded on their diverse careers in the global mineral exploration, and their proven track record in the junior mineral exploration sector, having steered three different companies in the past twelve years from discovery through successful M&A transactions for an aggregate valuation in excess of C$1.3B.

The goal of VR is explicit: leverage its experience and expertise in grassroots exploration of underexplored, large-footprint mineral systems towards early-stage discovery in order to capture the steepest part of the value creation curve in the exploration and mining process for its shareholders.

The Company maintains its day-to-day work out of an exploration office established in Vancouver, British Columbia. The Company employs a tight administrative cost structure, with a focus on translating publically-raised funds directly into its mineral exploration work.

The Company limits its annual financing goals to actual annual exploration budgets, in order to maintain a tight share structure. That structure includes a 10-15% insider position, maintained by participation in financings on an ongoing basis, and a collective holding of approximately 45% of the Company’s shares by the CEO and six mining-long resource investment funds.

Capital markets programs are ongoing. The Company works with Peak Marketing Corporation to enhance marketing strategies and expand dissemination of information, including various social media platforms. The Company continues to work with Renmark Communications to ensure its website at http://www.vrr.ca is fully functioning and regularly updated to ensure Corporate disclosure and information on exploration properties and activity are current.

Exploration Model

The Company is focused on opportunities in mineral deposit districts which have been underexplored during the past 50 years of the modern exploration era. The Company applies modern mineral deposit models and new exploration technologies to properties with large hydrothermal and alteration footprints for critical metals, and copper and gold.

VR explores properties it owns outright, 100%, in order to leverage their upside potential to shareholders. Mineral exploration properties in Nevada are held in a wholly-owned US subsidiary registered in Nevada. New opportunities are evaluated on an ongoing basis, whether by internal generative work and direct staking, by a joint venture or a direct acquisition of a property from a third party, or by a corporate transaction (e.g. merger).

The Company has completed independent, NI 43-101 compliant Technical Reports on two of its properties: the Bonita copper-gold porphyry property in Nevada, dated March 2, 2017, and; the Danbo epithermal gold-silver project in Nevada, dated January 27, 2020. Both are filed on SEDAR.

Current Focus

The Company added the Ranoke, Hecla-Kilmer and Northway properties in Ontario to its Nevada-based portfolio in 2018, 2020 and 2021 respectively, as a direct extension of the Company’s platform of applying current models and new technologies to underexplored, large-footprint systems.

Historical exploration in the region has been hindered by the lack of outcrop, covered by a regional blanket of till. However, the properties are proximal to regional infrastructure including active rail, and provincial grid power and the northern terminus of Highway 634 at Otter Rapids, just 23 kilometers east of the Hecla-Kilmer property. Such infrastructure facilitates cost-effective exploration, and is favourable for advanced-stage project development.

The Ontario properties are associated with large magnetic anomalies along the western margin of the Kapuskasing Structural Zone (KSZ), a crustal-scale shear zone and failed rift hundreds of kilometres long which bisects the Archean Superior province between James Bay and Lake Superior. The KSZ has a long-lived history of repeated ultrabasic and alkaline intrusions spanning 1.6 billion years, and it is a prospective setting for the emplacement of multiphase carbonatite complexes and IOCG-IOA fluorite-carbonate hydrothermal breccia systems with critical metals, copper and gold.

Most of the REE + Nb deposits in Ontario occur along the KSZ. VR’s discovery of REE mineralization at Hecla-Kilmer fits the model, and has unique advantages, including:

  • the sheer vertical and lateral scale of the system;
  • the high proportion of high value magnet REO’s;
  • occurrence at surface, and;
  • occurrence near infrastructure at Otter Rapids.

But just as important: the REE discovery at H-K is timely. It is relevant to the critical metal policy statements from governments across North America aimed at developing a domestic supply of raw materials in order to spurn the growth of down-stream EV and wind turbine sustainable technology industries in the emerging green economy.

VR is doing blue sky exploration for critical metals, the R&D, if you will, at the front end of the EV and wind turbine sustainable technology sectors. The ability of North America to lead in those down-stream industries and capture their value is currently impeded by the lack of domestic supply of the required raw materials. For example, there is currently a virtual global monopoly in rare earth elements (REE), with China controlling all aspects, from mining (61%) to metal processing and extraction (87%) to the manufacture of permanent magnets (91%). Western leaders around the world are actively looking to change this inherently unstable and dangerous supply dynamic.

Fortunately, the REE mineral system discovered at Hecla-Kilmer contains valuable REEs such as neodymium that are essential for every permanent magnet in every EV and wind turbine made, and these magnet REEs have even got the attention of the White House, and rightly so. It is this specific REE mineral composition at Hecla-Kilmer which creates such an unusually high in-situ polymetallic basket value of our intersections, and underscores their overall value potential to our shareholders.

Global rare earth element supply must increase by 655% if we are to reach our collective goals in the western world for net-zero emissions in order to address climate change. For many different reasons, we believe our discovery has the potential to contribute to that challenge.

Current Exploration Plans, Second Half of 2022

Hecla-Kilmer project, Ontario.

VR plans for its fourth drill program at its Hecla-Kilmer critical metals discovery in northern Ontario this fall. The plan is to commence delineation-stage drilling in follow-up to mineralization intersected in all three of the first three reconnaissance drill programs across the complex, starting in 2021.

  • News Release NR-22-08; July 21, 2022:

    Drill Hole HK22-013:
    243 m @ 1.01 % TREO, of which 19% are PMREO, within
    290 m @ 0.91 % TREO, starting at surface, and including
    39 m @ 2.01 % TREO with 65 m @ 1.56 TREO with 20% PMREO.

VR has discovered a large and rich rare earth element mineral system at Hecla-Kilmer, starting with Hole 2 in 2021 and culminating in Hole 13 in 2022, as shown above. We have been on the ground for three years proving up this discovery, with 11 of the 17 test holes completed so far having high-grade REE mineralization. It occurs in three different areas across more than 2.5 km of the overall complex. It occurs at surface in all three areas, and has more than 500 m of vertical extent in the Hole 13 area. Finally, it is located a mere 23 km from active rail, provincial grid power and the terminus of Highway 634 at Otter Rapids; location, location, location for cost-effective exploration and favourable economic metrics for development.

Amsel gold-silver property, Nevada.

After continuous surface exploration for two years starting in 2018 at our Amsel epithermal gold-silver property located in west-central Nevada, and upon successfully receiving the POO drill permit, VR completed in March of 2022, the first leg of a planned, two-stage reconnaissance drill program. Three reverse circulation (“RC”) holes were completed on the northern IP anomaly to depths of 774 - 823 ft each (236 - 251 m), for 2,402 ft in total (732 m). Each hole successfully intersected continuous silica-sulphide alteration through its entirety. Gold and silver mineralization was intersected in altered tuff in the upper parts of Holes 1 and 2 and in the lower part of Hole 1, spanning about 200 vertical metres overall in the uppermost part of the epithermal system at Amsel:

- 62.5m @ 15.9 g/t Ag & 0.10 g/t Au in Hole 1, incl. 12.2m @ 32.6 g/t Ag & 0.12 g/t Au, starting at 211.8 m.

The Company continues to evaluate opportunities to complete the second leg of the program during the fall drill season of 2022, in order to test the southern structural block of the horst at Amsel that hosts the overall mineral system. Based on magnetic and IP surveys, and integrated rock and soil geochemistry and alteration mineralogy, the southern structural block is believed to be the principal pathway of the high temperature epithermal fluids, and proximal to the source of the overall hydrothermal fluid system responsible for the 2 x 3 km alteration footprint on surface. This target is on the southwest flank of the hilltop at Amsel where there is little historic exploration and no previous drilling, ever.

The low-sulfidation epithermal gold-silver system at Amsel has attributes comparable to the 20 M oz Round Mountain gold deposit and mine located 45 km to the north, which provides a compelling upside-potential for this project overall.

Investment Summary

VR Resources has demonstrated conviction and discipline towards its business model and exploration strategy during the past 7 years in order to successfully navigate a challenging capital markets cycle in resources during the past decade. VR has maintained active exploration on the ground throughout that period, and is now positioned to expose its shareholders to the potential for discovery-based value creation with targets ready to drill and discoveries ready to advance.

Hecla-Kilmer has received successive $200,000 awards in the two-year, Ontario Government junior exploration grant program enacted to support critical metal exploration. The REE discovery at Hecla-Kilmer aligns with government policies currently being developed in Ontario and across North America to address the inherently dangerous, and unstable global monopoly in REE mining and extraction in China.

The price strength of elements such as neodymium and praseodymium which are essential for permanent magnets necessary in EV’s and wind turbines reflects the rapid growth of sustainable technologies, and the pressing need for a more balanced global supply outside of China, which currently controls more than 90% of end-product permanent magnets. Through its discovery of REE mineralization at Hecla-Kilmer with a high proportion of the high value magnet REO’s, VR has the opportunity to capture value in a resource sector that is shifting to the changing demands of the green economy.

The investment thesis towards the upside potential of VR Resources has not changed since its inception. It is multi-faceted:

  • The life-long experience of its management and Board of Directors in early-stage mineral exploration, and its collective track record of success in value creation for shareholders through successful M&A;
  • The focus of its executive management exclusively to the business of VR;
  • A tight share structure, including a strong insider position and strong positions from six mining-long institutions;
  • A focus on greenfields exploration and discovery, representing the greatest value creation potential at the front end of the Lassonde Curve for the exploration and mining process;
  • Focus, expertise and conviction towards the potential of targets never previously drilled within large-footprint mineral systems that lack both modern and systematic exploration;
  • 100% ownership of properties; no joint venture interests, no carried interests, no back-in interests;
  • Properties with local infrastructure (road access and near-by service -hubs) for cost-effective exploration, and infrastructure such as power grids and railroads essential to mining companies for viable project development should a discovery occur;
  • Properties located in jurisdiction with a long and well-established history of regulatory support for the exploration and mining industry;
  • Properties located in mineral districts where major mining companies are active.

Technical Information and Governance

VR strives for technical excellence in its work, and corporate industry leadership. VR’s management has led numerous industry and research organizations in the past, and is recognized with numerous industry achievement and recognition awards.

Technical information contained on this website has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101. Justin Daley, MSc, P.Geo., VP Exploration at VR and a non-independent Qualified Person oversees all aspects of the Company’s mineral exploration projects. The content of this document, and this website, has been prepared and reviewed on behalf of the Company by the CEO, Dr. Michael Gunning, PhD, P.Geo., a non-independent Qualified Person.


Michael Gunning, President and CEO, Director

Dr. Gunning is a Professional Geologist with over 30 years of experience in mineral exploration and geological research. His experience spans work in federal and provincial geological surveys, exploration in North and South America with Cominco (now Teck), and proven executive leadership in the junior exploration sector, including recent success in the sale of two companies. He is extensively published, holds several industry awards, and is past-president of numerous industry organizations.

Upon completion of his PhD at the University of Western Ontario, Dr. Gunning spent nearly a decade leading global exploration projects, and learning the business of exploration within a multi-national and fully integrated mining and smelting company at Cominco. Following Cominco, Dr. Gunning accepted the role of lead Mineral Deposits Research Geologist with the Saskatchewan Geological Survey, which included both original, field-based mapping and research and mineral industry reporting. He also chaired the Energy file within the governments Strategic Development initiative. This work led Dr. Gunning to the uranium junior exploration sector in Vancouver. As CEO of Hathor Exploration Limited, he led successive resource and PEA milestones for the Roughrider uranium deposit discovery, and he guided Hathor successfully through a hostile takeover bid and a $654 million acquisition by Rio Tinto in 2012, which was one of the top ten M&A deals in the global mining sector that year. He built on that success as Executive Chairman of Alpha Minerals which was acquired in 2013 for C$190 million following the discovery of the Patterson Lake uranium deposit in Saskatchewan.

Dr. Gunning is currently focused 100% on VR Resources. He has stepped away from all previous directorships held in other public and private companies, and has refrained from any advisory roles or industry organization positions in order to achieve that focus.

Dr. Gunning is a past-President of the Saskatchewan Geological Society and the Society of Economic Geology Student Chapter at Western. He served on the AME BC Roundup Committee and presented at the annual AME Exploration Safety Workshop for more than a decade, and he was awarded by the industry with both the prestigious Dave Barr Award for Leadership in Exploration Health & Safety for 2011 and the Colin Spence Award for Excellence in Global Mineral Exploration for 2012. Having played field hockey at the club, university, national and international level, he is a past Director of Field Hockey Canada and Chair of the Canadian Men’s Field Hockey Olympic Trust, and he holds several provincial awards recognizing service to sport.

Darin Wagner, Chairman

Mr. Wagner serves as the Chairman of VR. He is a Professional Geologist with over 30 years of mineral exploration and corporate development experience. During that time he has worked in North/South America and in Africa, been directly involved in a number of M&A transactions in the mineral exploration sector and helped to raise several hundred million dollars for mineral exploration globally.

In 1999 Mr. Wagner became Vice President, Exploration for New Millennium Metals Corp. which was successfully merged with Platinum Group Metals Ltd. in 2002. Mr. Wagner served as Exploration Manager for Platinum Group Metals through the acquisition, discovery and initial delineation of the multi-million ounce Maseve PGE mine in South Africa.

Mr. Wagner became President of Sydney Resource Corp. in 2005 and helped steer the successful merger with Band Ore Resources to form West Timmins Mining Inc. in 2006. He then served as a President, CEO, Director and Qualified Person for West Timmins Mining through the discovery of the high-grade Thunder Creek and 144 gold deposits – which form part of the Timmins West Mine Complex in Timmins, Ontario. He oversaw the acquisition of West Timmins by Lake Shore Gold in an all share deal valued at $424 million which was completed in 2009.

He then founded Canadian explorer Balmoral Resources Ltd. and served as its President and CEO through a series of gold and base metal discoveries culminating in its 2020 acquisition by Wallbridge Mining Company Ltd. in an all share deal valued on closing at $160 million. Mr. Wagner was also a co-founder of Falco Resources, a founding director of NewCastle Gold (acquired by Equinox Gold in 2017), and has served as an advisor to the management of Nova Royalty Corp. since inception.

Justin Daley, Vice President Exploration

Mr. Daley is a Professional Geologist with over a decade of global experience in grassroots and early-stage mineral exploration.  He obtained an M.Sc. in Mineral Exploration from Laurentian University in Sudbury, ON and a B.Sc. Honours in Geological Sciences from Queen’s University in Kingston, ON.  Mr. Daley has worked throughout the Americas, in Canada, the USA, Mexico, Peru and Chile, and in Turkey exploring for copper and gold for Teck Resources, Silver Standard (now SSR Mining), Centerra and Pretium.  During this time, he gained an in-depth knowledge of porphyry, epithermal and VMS mineral systems, experience in the integration of exploration datasets within scientific mineral deposit models, and an expertise in the application of GIS technologies.

Craig Lindsay, Director

Mr. Lindsay is the Managing Director of Arbutus Grove Capital Corp. He has over 25 years of experience in corporate finance, investment banking and business development in both North America and Asia. His focus has been on mineral resources in the western United States, most recent serving as Founder, President and CEO of Otis Gold Corp. until its sale to Excellon Resources Inc. (TSX) in 2020. Previously, Mr. Lindsay was Founder, President and CEO of Magnum Uranium Corp. until its merger with Energy Fuels Inc. in July 2009. Prior to that he was a Vice President in the Corporate Finance and Investment Banking Group at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and a Partner in the Pacific Rim Group, a financial and business services company located in Hong Kong. Managing Director of Arbutus Grove Capital Corp. since 2003.

Lindsay was a founding Director of Malaspina Capital Ltd. (ASE) and was responsible for identifying its merger with Miranda Mining Corp, a Mexican based gold producer that was subsequently acquired by Wheaton River Minerals. He was also a Founding Director of Rebel Capital Inc (TSXV), and was responsible for identifying and negotiating its merger with Electric Royalties Ltd. He was a Director of Philippine Metals Inc. from 2011 to 2022 and has been a Director of successor company Revolve Renewable Power Corp. since 2022. He is currently a Director of Excellon Resources Inc (TSX), Electric Royalties Ltd (TSXV), Alianza Minerals Ltd. (TSXV).

Mr. Lindsay has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia, an MBA from Dalhousie University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He is the Immediate Past National Chair of the Hong Kong Canada Business Association and former President of the Vancouver Section, a past Chair of the Family Services of Greater Vancouver and a member of the Board of Governors of Crofton House School.


Blaine Bailey, Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Bailey is a Chartered Professional Accountant, CGA working with public and private companies over the past 20 years. Mr. Bailey brings complementary skills to the team in areas of finance, administration, and financial reporting. Mr. Bailey is currently the CFO of GR Silver Mining Ltd., Panorama Capital Corp., and Cirrus Gold Corp.

Mr. Bailey received his Bachelor of Commerce degree (Honours) from the University of Manitoba in 1977, and qualified for the CPA, CGA designation in British Columbia in 1983. Mr. Bailey has served in the capacity of accountant for Molson Brewery B.C. Ltd. and controller for Nabob Coffee Co. with head offices in Zurich, Switzerland.

Cyndi Laval, Corporate Secretary

Ms. Laval is a partner at the law firm of Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP, Vancouver, B.C. and is the leader of the firm’s Corporate Finance, M&A and Private Equity Group in Canada.

Ms. Laval practices M&A, Corporate Finance and Mining Law, and has over 20 years of experience. Her practice involves advising issuers on merger transactions, corporate finance activities, such as equity and debt financings, stock exchange listings, corporate and securities regulatory compliance, corporate reorganizations, corporate governance, and mining-related transactions.

Ms. Laval was named Vancouver “Lawyer of the Year” for Mining by the Best Lawyers in Canada in its 2017 edition. She has also been named one of Vancouver’s 30 leading lawyers by the National Post and is recognized as a leading lawyer in The Best Lawyers in Canada, Legal 500 Canada, Lexpert’s Leading Canadian Lawyers in Global Mining, Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, Who’s Who Legal: Canada and Who’s Who Legal: 100.

Prior to joining private practice, Ms. Laval worked in the policy department of the now TSX-V. Ms. Laval was a member of the TSX-V’s Local Advisory Committee from 2006 to 2013 and an instructor of the TSX-V Rules and Tools Corporate Governance Workshop from 2004 to 2010.

Terese Gieselman, MinCo Corporate Management Inc.



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General Disclaimer

VR Resources Ltd. (“VR” or the “Company”) is an established junior mineral exploration company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX.V: VRR; Frankfurt: 5VR; OTCQB: VRRCF), with its head office in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

All of the Company’s public disclosure filings may be accessed under the Company’s profile on www.sedar.com and readers are urged to review these materials, including the latest technical report filed with respect to the Company’s mineral properties.

The information on this website provides a general overview of the activities of the Company and is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all matters concerning the Company. Although all information posted to this website was accurate at the time of posting, it may be superseded by subsequent disclosures. VR cannot warrant the information contained on this website to be exhaustive, complete or sufficient. In addition, many factors outside of VR’s control can alter the intended results of information presented by VR. The Company makes no representations nor provides any warranty as to the accuracy, currency or completeness of such information and the Company expressly revokes any responsibility of guarantees, expressed or implied, including and without limitation to, any guarantee of quality or compliance, in respect to any end result. The information on this website may be modified by the Company at any time without prior notice. In no event shall the Company be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential or other damages arising or connected with the use of this website or the information herein. Material on this website may contain inaccuracies, omissions or typographical errors, for which the Company assumes no responsibility. In no event shall the Company, its directors, officers, employees, representatives and advisers, be held liable or responsible for any claim or damage, direct or indirect, special or consequential, incurred by the user arising out of the interpretation, reliance upon or other use of the information contained on this website.

For greater clarity, no guarantees are made or implied with regard to the success of VR’s proposed ventures.

There may be statements and/or information on this website with respect to mineral properties and/or deposits which are adjacent to and/or potentially similar to the Company’s mineral properties, but which the Company has no interest or rights to explore or mine. Users are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent or similar properties are not necessarily indicative of mineral deposits on the Company’s properties.

This website and the material posted on it do not constitute an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy any securities of VR. Trading in the securities of the Company should be considered highly speculative. Users of this website interested in investing should conduct their own assessment of materials and seek independent professional investment advice prior to making any investment decisions based on materials prepared and/or presented by VR.

Technical Information

Technical information on this website has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”). Justin Daley, MSc, P.Geo., Vice President Exploration at VR and a non-independent Qualified Person (as the term is defined in NI 43-101) oversees all aspects of the Company’s mineral exploration projects. Information posted on this website, unless otherwise indicated, has been prepared and reviewed on behalf of the Company by the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Michael Gunning, PhD, P.Geo., a non-independent Qualified Person.

VR submits all drill core samples for geochemical assay to ALS Global Ltd. (“ALS”). ALS has sample preparation facilities in both Reno, Nevada, and Timmins, Ontario, which are utilized for sample submissions from VR. Final geochemical analytical work is done at the ALS laboratory located in North Vancouver, BC. Analytical techniques include lithium borate fusion, ICP-MS and ICP-AES analyses for base metals, trace elements and full-suite REE analysis, and gold determination by atomic absorption on fire assay. Analytical results are subject to industry-standard and NI 43-101 compliant QAQC sample procedures, such as the systematic insertion of both sample duplicates and geochemical standards, done both externally on the project site by the Company, and internally at the laboratory by ALS, as described by ALS.

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Although the Company believes that the assumptions inherent in the Forward-looking statements, and the expectations represented by such statements are reasonable, Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance, and accordingly, undue reliance should not be put on such statements due to their inherent uncertainty. There can be no assurance that a Forward-looking statement referenced herein will prove to be accurate.

Forward-looking statements by their nature are based on assumptions and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results, performance or achievements, or industry results, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such Forward-looking statements. Such risks, uncertainties and other factors include, among other things, the following: the ability of the Company to successfully raise money to fund its business and/or exploration programs; the ability of the Company to successfully operate its mineral exploration programs; the speculative nature of resource exploration; the effect of foreign exchange regulations on exploration programs in Nevada; the absence of mineral reserves on the Company’s properties; uninsured risks; uncertainty of actual capital costs and exploration program costs; changes in commodity prices, including copper and gold, but also other metals which in the past have fluctuated widely and which could affect the financial condition of the Company; currency exchange rate fluctuations; risks related to some of the Company’s properties being located in Nevada, including political, economic, and regulatory instability; uncertainty in the Company’s ability to obtain and maintain certain permits necessary for current and anticipated exploration operations; the Company being subject to environmental laws and regulations which may increase the costs of doing business and/or restrict planned exploration programs; risks associated with our dependence on third parties for the provision of critical services; risks associated with non-performance by contractual counterparties; risks associated with supply chain disruptions; title risks; social and political risks associated with operations in foreign countries; risks of changes in laws affecting our operations or their interpretation, including foreign exchange controls; and risks associated with tax reassessments and legal proceedings. We caution you that the foregoing list of important factors and assumptions is not exhaustive. Risks and certain other material assumptions regarding such Forward-looking statements are discussed in VR’s annual management discussion and analysis, annual financial statements and Technical Report filed on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

Although VR has attempted to identify factors that would cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those disclosed in the Forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. Also, many of the factors are beyond the control of the Company. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on Forward-looking statements. Actual results and developments may differ materially from those expressed or implied by the Forward-looking statements on this website.

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