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Corsa Coal reveals results of annual and special meeting

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World Coal,


Corsa Coal Corp. – a coal mining company focused on the production and sales of metallurgical coal – has announced the results of its annual and special meeting of shareholders held on 8 August.

At the meeting, the following eight nominees were re-appointed as directors of the company (the Board) to hold office until the close of the next annual meeting of the company's shareholders: Robert C. Sturdivant, John H. Craig, Alan M. De'Ath, George G. Dethlefsen, Arthur Einav, Robert Scott, Ronald G. Stovash and Kai Xia.

In addition, Urish Popeck & Co., LLC, certified public accountants, was appointed as the auditor of the company. Shareholders re-approved and ratified the company's existing second amended and restated stock option plan, in accordance with the requirements of the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange, and passed a special resolution authorising an amendment to the articles of continuance of the company to allow the directors of the company to appoint one or more directors up to a maximum of one third of the number directors elected at the previous annual meeting of shareholders to hold office for a term expiring no later than the close of the next annual meeting of shareholders.

The amendment to the company's articles of continuance was filed and made effective immediately following the adjournment of the meeting.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/coal/09082018/corsa-coal-reveals-results-of-annual-and-special-meeting/

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