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The Battle for Control of Rare Earth Minerals Supply Chain

As Australia dilutes China's control of rare earth minerals mines, we look at the struggle for control of the 'magnet minerals' driving clean energy tech

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South Africa Mining Sector Holds Breath on Nationalisation

South Africa election will return a coalition government, sparking fears among metals and minerals investors that mining sector could be nationalised

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Worley: The Mining Professional Services Giant

As Worley is awarded a contract to service a key US South32 critical minerals mine, we profile the Australian mining professional services company

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China-Indonesia Nickel Dominance Fears Following LME Listing

China-Indonesia joint-venture PT CNGR Ding Xing New Energy has nickel product listed on London Metals Exchange, sparking nickel domination fears

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Rio Tinto, not Anglo American, 'is BHP's Real Target'

As Anglo American restructures in face of takeover bid, experts believe BHP's real target is Rio Tinto, the world's second largest metals & minerals miner

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Anglo American Rejects Latest BHP Bid for Copper Supremacy

As Anglo American rebuffs BHP Group's $42bn takeover bid we profile the huge Anglo-owned copper mines that BHP has in its sights

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Investing in America Boost for US Critical Minerals Mining

Critical minerals mining and extraction activities in the US now fall under President Biden’s Investing in America agenda and are eligible for funding

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Australia Looks to Loosen China's Grip on Critical Minerals

New Australian government rules around foreign investment in critical minerals targets China dominance in critical minerals market