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Robin Bromby, The Australian

Rare earths were making headlines as the week ended -- but for all the wrong reasons.


Luke Forestal, The Australian Financial Review

China is not trying to corner the market in rare earth supplies outside the country,says a leading Chinese state owned producer of the minerals.


Collins Mtika, Nyasa Times

The proposed Kanyika Niobium Mining project in Mzimba district is expected to last at least 20 years and employ 300 to 500 locals when production commences.


Business Spectator

Globe Metals & Mining Ltd announced at the EGM held earlier on the day shareholders
unanimously approved the $47.85 million investment in Globe by ECE.


Africa Mining Intelligence

Asian investors on the lookout for rare earths are casting lustful eyes on Malawi, a country
long the favorite haunt of uranium explorers.


Robin Bromby, RareMetalBlog

A Chinese company has signed on to a “Open Source” rare earths policy as a condition of getting approval to take a controlling stake in an Australian niobiumā€REE explorer.


RWE News

GlobeMetals & Mining Limited (ASX: GBE) has announced that at the company's Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) held earlier, Globe's shareholders unanimously approved the A$47.85m investment in Globe by East China Mineral Exploration and
Development Bureau (ECE).


MiningNews.net

Shareholders have approved a $A47.85 million investment in Globe Metals & Mining by East China Mineral Exploration and Development Bureau.


Thom Khanje, The Daily Times

Malawi is about to start implementing a K5 billion comprehensive geological surveys project to establish the availability of minerals in the country’s soils.


Philip Burgert, Resource Investor

Disclosure requirements for mining and energy companies included in the newly enacted U.S. financial reform law should become a global standard for corporate transparency, the Obama administration said on Friday, but an Australian resources company focusing on Africa warned that it is likely to squeeze tantalum supplies and increase prices.

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