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Intercontinental Potash Corp. Brings Civil Suit in Colorado to Set Aside Capital Call, Alleging Conflicts of Interests by Certain Directors of Intercontinental Potash Corp. (USA) Affiliated with Cartesian Capital Group - Peter Yu and Paul Hong - as well a

DENVER, COLORADO -- (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — May 30, 2017 — Intercontinental Potash Corp., a subsidiary of IC Potash Corp. (TSX: ICP; OTCQB: ICPTF) (“IC Potash” or the “Company”) filed a civil lawsuit in Denver County District Court, Colorado, against Intercontinental Potash Corp. (USA), a Colorado corporation, Pangaea Two Acquisition Holdings XI, LLC, and Pangaea Two Acquisition Holdings XIB, LLC. Intercontinental Potash Corp., Pangaea Two Acquisition Holdings XI, LLC, and Pangaea Two Acquisition Holdings XIB, LLC are the shareholders of Intercontinental Potash Corp. (USA), a development-stage producer of potassium sulfate, a speciality fertilizer for high-value crops in arid or saline soil environments.
 
Through the Colorado lawsuit, Intercontinental Potash Corp. has requested that the Colorado court set aside a "capital contribution call" in the amount of $800,000, alleging that the "capital contribution call" was not properly authorized by operative agreements, nor did it comply with Colorado law. Intercontinental Potash Corp. further alleges that the "capital contribution call" was pursued and improperly passed by certain directors of Intercontinental Potash Corp. (USA), including Peter Yu and Paul Hong who are also principals of Cartesian Capital Group, LLC, the manager of the two Pangaea entities named in the lawsuit - both of whom allegedly had disclosed and undisclosed conflicts of interest.

About IC Potash Corp.
IC Potash has previously demonstrated a method to make Sulfate of Potash (“SOP”) from the Ochoa polyhalite deposit in Southeast New Mexico in which it has an interest and is currently examining ways to become a low-cost fertilizer producer. The current review of the Ochoa project’s existing feasibility study is being extended to determine a viable positive economic path to the production of direct application polyhalite. The Ochoa project has access to excellent local labor resources, low-cost electricity and natural gas, water, rail lines, and the Port of Galveston, Texas. The Ochoa project’s land holdings consist of nearly 90,000 acres of potassium prospecting permits and mining leases issued by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and State of New Mexico. For more information, please visit www.icpotash.com.

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For More Information, Please Contact: 
IC Potash Corp.    
Mr. Mehdi Azodi, +1-416-779-3268 
Chief Executive Officer
MAZODI@ICPOTASH.ORG