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China launches National Uranium No.1 Project in Inner Mongolia to boost domestic supply and innovation

The China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) has commenced development on the National Uranium No.1 project in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, with operations starting...

Ukraine’s strategic importance in global critical raw material supply chains amid geopolitical dynamics

Ukraine's role in global supply chains for critical raw materials is increasingly pivotal amidst ongoing geopolitical challenges. These include the Russian invasion of Ukraine,...

Nornickel in talks with China Copper for copper smelting venture in China

Russian mining giant Nornickel is reportedly in discussions with China Copper to establish a smelting facility in China. This joint venture aims to relocate...

EU faces challenges in meeting rare earth mineral targets, jeopardizing Net Zero goals and increasing dependency on China

The European Union (EU) is facing significant challenges in meeting its targets for rare earth minerals, according to production forecasts reported by Reuters. Failure to...

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...

Securing lithium from Afghanistan: India’s key move for EV ambitions and reduced China dependency

As India seeks to expand its manufacturing capabilities in sectors critical to national security and achieve its climate goals through the production of electric...

China tightens rare-earth regulation to support green and technological advancements

China's approval of a significant new regulation on rare-earth elements is poised to enhance the sector's green and high-quality development amid increasing demand for...

Serbian lithium: Evolving geopolitical dynamics and strategic implications

In recent developments surrounding Serbian lithium, the once-closed chapter under former Prime Minister Ana Brnabić's administration has been reopened. Initially heralded as the end...

Zijin Mining shares climb following major copper reserve expansion in China

Zijin Mining Group's stock price saw an uptick following the Chinese authorities' confirmation that one of its mines has become the largest copper reserve...
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