The Globe and Mail incorrectly reported that half of the bonuses awarded to Mr. Friedland and some other Ivanhoe executives in 2015 for successfully securing a US$412 million investment from China's Zijin Mining "were paid in shares". This means that the recipient has to continue to provide services to the company for at least a further year before receiving any payment in shares when the RSUs vest. They are not a gratuitous payment of free shares. The accuracy of The Globe and Mail's business mortgage loans intended use of these details was not checked with Ivanhoe Mines before publication.

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