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  • Ivanhoe Mines (IVN) has released a statement congratulating Mr. Friedland on his induction into the American Mining Hall of Fame
  • He was presented with a bronze plaque with the inscription commemorating his significant accomplishments
  • Mr. Friedland’s formal induction ceremony was held in Tucson on December 4th and was attended by approximately 500 people
  • Ivanhoe Mines is a mineral exploration and development company
  • Shares in Ivanhoe Mines (IVN) are up 0.74 per cent, trading at $9.55 per share

Ivanhoe Mines (IVN) congratulates Mr. Friedland on his induction into the American Mining Hall of Fame.

“The American Hall of Fame is the pinnacle of individual recognition within the American mining industry. It’s a fantastic distinction for Robert and a well-deserved acknowledgement of his unparalleled achievements in mineral exploration and mine development,” said Ivanhoe President Marna Cloete.

The American Mining Hall of Fame recognized Mr. Friedland for his accomplishments during his distinguished career in the international mining industry.

He was presented with a bronze plaque with the inscription commemorating his significant accomplishments:

“Robert M. Friedland,” reads the plaque, “has been recognized by leaders of the international financial sector and mineral resource industries as an entrepreneurial explorer, technology innovator and company builder. He has successfully developed a portfolio of respected public and private companies whose initiatives have led to several of the world’s most significant mineral discoveries and mine developments, applications of disruptive technologies and contributions to significant economic growth in established and emerging markets in the Asia Pacific Region, Southern Africa and the Americas.”

Mr. Friedland’s formal induction ceremony was held in Tucson on December 4th and was attended by approximately 500 people. The American Mining Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding lifetime achievements advancing the American and/or global mineral resources industry.

Mr. Friedland was inducted into the Canadian Mining Hall of Fame in January 2016, honouring him as “a dynamic, transformative force in the Canadian and international mining industries” and “one of the most recognized mining personalities and achievers in the world.”

Ivanhoe Mines is a mineral exploration and development company that, together with its subsidiaries, explores, develops, and recovers minerals and precious gems from its property interests in Africa.

Shares in Ivanhoe Mines (IVN) are up 0.74 per cent, trading at $9.55 per share as of 2:40 pm EST.

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