Tiger said acceptable terms "were not achieved" on the deal outlined with Sinomine HK back in January, leading the ASX-listed company to terminate the deal.
What Tiger does next isn't known, with the company saying it's been working on a new life-of-mine plan for Kipoi that's expected to be completed within the next 6-8 weeks.
Under the terms of the Sinomine deal, Tiger was to receive total consideration of US$260 million, with an initial instalment of $230 million to have been primarily used for repayment of the company's outstanding banking liabilities - which stood at more than $210 million at the end of March.
Tiger is led by David Frances, who was appointed chairman at the end of 2017 and who assumed an executive role in February.
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