The halt will remain in place until the earlier of the announcement being made or commencement of trade on Wednesday, 27 August 2014.
Tiger had earlier this month achieved a key milestone after declaring commercial copper cathode production at its 60%-owned Kipoi Copper Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo within six weeks of start-up.
The Stage 2 solvent extraction electro-winning (SXEW) plant produced 1,501 tonnes of copper cathode in July operating at 72% of nameplate design.
It is on target to reach its increased guidance of 14,000 tonnes of copper cathode in 2014.
Tiger had in July arranged a further $25 million advance payment facility from Gerald Metals SA, adding to the existing $50 million facility and had raised approximately $20 million through a placement of shares priced at $0.34 each in June.
This will provide working capital for mining operations and the SXEW plant.
Notably, Gerald has an off-take agreement for 175,000 tonnes of copper cathode, with 100% of cathode production from the SXEW plant committed until that tonnage has been delivered.
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