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PHI Group Reports on 3rd Annual Indonesia Mining Conference

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NEW YORK, NY and JAKARTA, Indonesia / ACCESSWIRE / February 21, 2014 – PHI Group, Inc. (http://www.phigroupinc.com/) (OTCQB:PHIL) (PINKSHEETS:PHIL), a company focused on energy and natural resources, today provided highlights of the 3rd Annual Indonesia Mining Conference that was held on February 16-19 in Bali, Indonesia by Clariden Global. 

The conference, sponsored by Epicor, CGG, Outotec, Chitra Paratama and many more, featured four days of presentations, panel discussions, training sessions, meetings and networking opportunities for mining operations, funding opportunities, onshore processing and smelting, Indonesian mineral policy updates and a plethora of important and timely topics that address recent changes in the international mining landscape, especially the effect of the new mining law in Indonesia.   

The conference went well and overall, the event participants found the conference value added in gaining a better understanding about the opportunities, on-the-ground realities, and potential strategies to navigate regulatory uncertainties as well as connecting with potential partners in Indonesia’s mining industry.  It brought forth an expert speaker faculty comprising of mining industry leaders and decision makers from both the coal and non-coal sectors and was filled with quality content.  

Henry Fahman, Chairman & CEO of PHI Group, presented the topic, “Insight: Coal Asset Acquisition Strategies Amidst Uncertainties” and participated in a panel discussion that addressed the international investor confidence in the mining sector and ways to access capital in light of recent changes. 

PHI Group will host a conference call for shareholders and investors at 10:00 A.M. EST Tuesday, February 25, 2014 to discuss recent corporate developments and forward guidance. To participate in the conference call, dial +1-209-647-1000 and enter conference call ID 767368#. 

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This news release contains forward-looking statements that are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those projected on the basis of such forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are made based upon management’s beliefs, as well as assumptions made by, and information currently available to, management pursuant to the “safe-harbor” provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. 

About Clariden 

Clariden Global is the pre-eminent and influential global business leadership institution. Today, Clariden Global hosts global executive education and major conference events around the world in nine countries, including Singapore, London, Australia, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, South Africa and UAE. Clariden partners with renowned professors from influential universities including Harvard John F Kennedy School of Government, Wharton, Stanford University, Columbia University, University of Michigan and London Business School to provide principal thought leadership in executive education. Clariden also partners with global institutions such as ACCA for influential events catering to the senior financial leadership community around the world. Its mission is to provide global knowledge for the world business leaders. 

Clariden Global Conference provides world-class global conferences for business leaders across Asia. It brings in thought leaders and industry specialists from around the world to provide participants with penetrating insights, crucial knowledge that potentially underpins the growth of business and re-defining industry themes that will impact business in Asia. Clariden’s conference themes revolve across some of the most crucial trends and emerging topics that will have a significant impact on business and industry landscape. Clariden Global Conference provides the platform for participants to network with some of the best minds and industry experts from around the world and the opportunity to scale their knowledge and create a global network with industry press.  

Website: http://www.claridenglobal.com/ 

About PHI Group

Adopting a double-tracked energy strategy, PHI Group, Inc. invests in energy-related assets and other natural resources, cooperates with international partners to develop independent power plant projects, and provides renewable energy technologies in conjunction with select industry partners. In addition, the company is engaged in trading activity involving coal, oil, precious metals and other industrial commodities. 

Website: http://www.phigroupinc.com/

Contact:

Henry Fahman
 +1-702-475-5
info@phigroupinc.com

 

SOURCE: PHI Group, Inc. 

ReleaseID: 412184

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