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Expansion deal: Afarak acquires Serbian magnesite mines from Magnohrom

Afarak, a Finnish alloy producer, has finalized an agreement to purchase mining rights for magnesite mines from the Serbian refractory material producer Magnohrom, which...

United Lithium expands nordic portfolio with strategic property acquisitions in Finland and Sweden

United Lithium Corp. has announced a substantial expansion of its land holdings in Finland and Sweden. The company has acquired rights to three new...

German Raw Materials Fund implementation at risk due to Ministry disagreement

Last summer, the German Government announced the establishment of a state-run raw materials fund with a capital of one billion euros. The aim was...

German Government backs Arafura rare earths with €106.5m loan guarantees for Nolans project

Arafura Rare Earths has achieved a major milestone with conditional approval for up to $115m (€106.5m) in loan guarantees from the German Government’s Inter-Ministerial...

Lundin Mining considers sale of Zinkgruvan and Neves-Corvo mines to fuel expansion in South America

Lundin Mining is reportedly exploring the potential sale of its Zinkgruvan and Neves-Corvo zinc mines in Sweden and Portugal, respectively, as part of a...
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Navigating Europe’s mineral insecurity: The geopolitical challenges of deep-sea mining

As Europe navigates environmental and energy insecurities, the looming scarcity of critical minerals like cobalt, copper, lithium, nickel and rare earths poses a significant...

Chalice Mining and Mitsubishi forge strategic partnership on Gonneville project in Western Australia

Chalice Mining has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Mitsubishi, marking a significant collaboration on the Gonneville platinum group element (PGE)/nickel/copper/cobalt project...

Navigating challenges and prospects in South Africa’s platinum mining industry amid global shifts in demand

The global platinum mining industry is navigating turbulent waters, with South Africa, its largest producer, experiencing significant challenges. Platinum, a metal over 30 times...
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