Itafos to merge with Canadian mining company GB Minerals

Itafos, an integrated producer of phosphate-based fertilizers has entered into a definitive arrangement agreement to merge with GB Minerals, which owns the Farim phosphate project in Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, with a view to further develop the Farim project.

Itafos is the second largest investor in GB Minerals since January 2014.

GB Minerals shareholders said that it will benefit from the opportunity to participate in a combined company with enhanced technical expertise, project management capabilities and financial resources.

Directors and executive officers of GB Minerals, as well as Aterra, collectively holding 48.67 percent of the outstanding common shares of GB Minerals, have entered into voting support agreements with Itafos in respect of the transaction.

Aterra to become and remain a shareholder in Itafos. The disinterested members of the boards of directors of both Itafos and GB Minerals have unanimously approved the transaction which is expected to close in late February 2018.

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