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Commerce Resources Updates Programs for the Upper Fir Tantalum-Niobium Project, Blue River, British Columbia

Commerce Resources Corp. (CCE.V) today provided an update on recent work completed at its Blue River Project.

Highlights:

Mineralogical variability studies show that the composites tested achieved similar recoveries (i.e. both by weight and grades of niobium and tantalum) to the partially optimized rougher flotation process established during the previous phase 1 and 2 metallurgical programs.

Over 90% of the composites tested achieved rougher recoveries which exceeded 96% tantalum and 92% niobium within the tantalum/niobium circuit only.

The amount of tantalum and niobium metals reporting to the flotation feed is relatively constant at about 81.4% for tantalum and 80.6% for niobium

The Mineral Resource update underway at AMEC will include results of exploration in 2012, as well as 34 drill holes (totalling 8,715 m) of infill drilling completed in 2011 and not included in the previous resource.

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