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Pixium Vision announces its cash position at 31 March 2021 and provides an update on its activities and financial outlook until the end of 2021. Paris, 16 April 2021 – 6:00 p.m. CEST - Pixium Vision (Euronext Growth Paris - FR0011950641 - ALPIX), a bioelectronics company that develops innovative bionic vision systems to enable patients who have lost their sight to live more independently, announces a cash position of €9.7 million at 31 March 2021 and reports on its key developments. Statement of cash flows summary In thousands of €31/03/202131/03/2020Cash and cash equivalents at 1 January10,566.06,821.3(Decrease)/Increase in cash position(818.4)(1,990.7)O/W net cash flows from operating activities (3,639.4)(2,475.3)O/W net cash flows from investment activities(10.8)(5.9)O/W net cash flows from financing activities2,831.8490.5Closing cash and cash equivalents9,747.64,830.6 Net cash outflow from operating activities in the first three months of 2021 totalled €3.6 million, compared to €2.5 million one year earlier. The increased cash outflow was primarily due to the launch of the PRIMAvera clinical trial in Europe and the work begun in connection with the proposed business combination with Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.1 During Q1 2021, investments were not material and consisted primarily of purchases of industrial and laboratory equipment. At 31 March 2021, net cash provided by financing activities totalled €2.8 million, primarily following the drawdown of a €1.25 million tranche and, subsequently, two €1.0 million tranches of the financing set up with ESGO. In total, at 31 March 2021, Pixium Vision’s cash position amounted to €9.7 million, compared to €10.6 million on 1 January 2021. Given its current cash position and secured sources of financing, the Company’s financial runway extends until the end of this year or the beginning of next year. In addition, Pixium Vision is continuing to explore various avenues that will enable it to secure the cash flow necessary to pursue its development. In particular, the Company is considering several financing offers it recently received and, at the appropriate time, will disclose to the market the main terms of any offer it accepts and will submit them for the approval of the shareholders at the next general meeting if the timing for convening the meeting allows. Key developments in the first quarter of 2021 Highlights of the first quarter of 2021 included the announcement of positive clinical results, continued patient recruitment in the United States, and the clinical development of the Prima System, an innovative device for the treatment of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Pixium Vision announced the positive results of the follow-up at 24 to 30 months of patients who have been equipped with the Prima System with second-generation glasses, which combine natural peripheral vision and prosthetic vision. The Prima System provided patients with a minimum gain of 3 lines of visual acuity, and up to 7 lines in some patients. On 3 April 2021, Pixium Vision announced that it acknowledged Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.’s decision to unilaterally terminate the memorandum of understanding entered into on 5 January 2021, despite the fact that the memorandum of understanding did not provide for such an option. On 8 April 2021, Pixium Vision received a payment of USD 1 million (approximately €840,000) from Second Sight Medical Products, Inc. However, the Company considers that this payment is insufficient to compensate the loss it has sustained due to this unilateral termination and intends to bring an action before the Paris Commercial Court to obtain full compensation for its loss. ABOUT PIXIUM VISION Pixium Vision’s mission is to create a world of bionic vision for those who have lost their sight, enabling themto regain partial visual perception and greater autonomy. Pixium Vision’s bionic vision systems are associatedwith a surgical intervention and a rehabilitation period. Pixium Vision is conducting clinical feasibility studies of its Prima system, its miniaturised wireless sub-retinalimplant, in patients who have lost their sight due to retinal degeneration associated with the dry form of AgeRelated Macular Degeneration (AMD). Pixium Vision works closely with world-renown academic partners, such as Stanford University in California, Institut de la Vision in Paris, Moorfields Eye Hospital in London, Institute of Ocular Microsurgery (IMO) in Barcelona, and UPMC in Pittsburgh, USA. The company is EN ISO 13485 certified. Pixium Vision has been classified as an “Innovative Company” by Bpifrance. For more information: http://www.pixium-vision.com/fr Follow us on @PixiumVision; www.facebook.com/pixiumvision www.linkedin.com/company/pixium-vision Contacts Pixium VisionGuillaume RenondinChief Financial Officerinvestors@pixium-vision.com+33 1 76 21 47 68Media relations LifeSci AdvisorsSophie Baumontsophie@lifesciadvisors.com+33 6 27 74 74 49Investor relationsLifeSci AdvisorsGuillaume van Renterghemgvanrenterghem@lifesciadvisors.com+41 76 735 01 31 1 On 3 April 2021, Pixium Vision announced that it acknowledged Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.’s unilateral termination of the memorandum of understanding entered into on 5 January 2021, which terminated the proposed business combination between the two companies. Attachment 2021-04-16- Pixium Q1 2021-FR final_ENGrev
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(Bloomberg) -- The U.S. and Iran edged closer to ending their standoff over the nuclear deal, with Washington describing talks as “constructive” and the Islamic Republic signaling that it was ready to debate the details of how the two sides will practically revive the stricken 2015 accord.Jake Sullivan, United States National Security Advisor, told Fox News on Sunday “the talks in Vienna have been constructive in the sense that there is real effort underway there” and that world powers were focused on restoring the agreement on a “compliance for compliance” basis.His comments come after Iran’s lead negotiator, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi, injected fresh hope into the process on Saturday, by saying that a “new understanding” was taking shape at the talks and that his country would start work on a full draft text for negotiators to discuss. Negotiators, which include the European Union, Russia and China, have said the talks will continue this week. World powers have been meeting in Vienna since April 9 to help the U.S. and Iran map a path back to a restored nuclear deal and reduce tensions in the energy-rich Persian Gulf. The talks were almost derailed last week after Iran’s biggest uranium enrichment facility was severely damaged in an attack it blamed on Israel.In response, the Islamic Republic dramatically increased the levels at which it is enriching uranium -- to 60% from 20% -- meaning that it is closer than ever before to obtaining weapons-grade fissile material. President Joe Biden sharply criticized the move but pledged to continue talks.Iran wants the U.S. to remove hundreds of sanctions that former President Donald Trump imposed on its economy after he took office in Jan. 2017, including those that he reinstated when he broke away from the nuclear deal. Araghchi said on Saturday Iran wants all the penalties that it expects the U.S. to remove, to be formally listed and agreed on.Tehran insists that the U.S. must take these measures before Iran agrees to scale back its atomic activity back to within the original terms of the nuclear deal. On Sunday Sullivan said sanctions would be lifted once the U.S. has “clarity and confidence” that the Islamic Republic will reduce its nuclear work, heavily curtail enrichment and atomic activity.“Until we have confidence in all of those things the United States is not going to make any concessions at all,” he said.The nuclear deal, which imposed strict limits on Iran’s nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief, was a signature achievement of the Obama administration. Abandonment of the accord by Trump kept relations between the longstanding foes close to breaking point and convulsed the Persian Gulf with assassinations, attacks on energy installations and tanker seizures.The Islamic republic began in 2019 to gradually increase its atomic activity -- enriching uranium beyond the limit of 3.67% allowed in the deal -- in response to Trump’s so-called “maximum pressure” strategy.“The drafting of the text can begin now, and the Iranian delegation has prepared and presented its text on the nuclear sphere and the lifting of sanctions,” Araghchi told Iranian state TV, cautioning that serious disagreements remained.In an apparent further sign of easing tension, the Financial Times reported Sunday that senior officials from Saudi Arabia and Iran have been holding talks to repair relations. The newspaper cited three unidentified officials. The meeting in Baghdad on April 9 included discussions about recent attacks and would be followed by another round of talks next week, it said.Reports of the meeting reflect how a major shift in U.S. policy under Biden and his intention to re-enter the original 2015 nuclear deal sent a “clear signal” to Saudi Arabia that it has to scrap demands to expand the terms of the nuclear accord to address its own rivalry and conflict with Iran over regional influence, according to Joost Hiltermann, program director for the Middle East and North Africa at the International Crisis Group.“That fact made the Saudis realize that they wouldn’t have the type of diplomatic protection from the U.S. early on that they were looking for,” he said, adding that if the nuclear deal is successfully restored, preliminary talks could pave the way for higher level dialog between Iran and Saudi over regional matters.Earlier this week, Araghchi said that Washington and Tehran had to specify the steps they would each need to take in order to restore the 2015 deal, including a tally of all Trump-era sanctions that Iran says the U.S. would need to remove.(Updates with U.S. comments and quotes from analyst.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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A wildfire on the slopes of South Africa's Table Mountain has forced University of Cape Town students to flee as flames set several campus buildings ablaze and firefighters used helicopters to water-bomb the area.One firefighter sustained burn wounds and was hospitalised for treatment, officials said.