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Azimut Exploration 4% Higher After Finding More High-Grade Chromium at EastMain

Azimut Exploration Inc. (AZM.V) is up $0.05 to $1.20 a share after saying this morning that it found chromium grades up to 39% Cr2O3 and platinum group values up to 1.9 grams per ton at its wholly owned Eastmain property near James Bay in Quebec, further confirming the strong potential of the project.

The Eastmain West property comprises 76 claims over about 40 square kilometres near major infrastructure, including the Némiscau airport about 45 km to southwest and James Bay Road about 30 km to the west.

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