Short-term pain but long-term gain for Bass

LOWER grades from its Que River operation, hedging losses, maintenance costs and exploration write-offs all contributed to Bass Metals recording a $A1.1 million loss for the half-year.

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This compares to a $4.5 million profit for the same period in 2008.

The company said its Que River mine, which is facing reduced grades and higher costs, contributed to a $1.

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