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26 Sep 2012 by Metal-Pages
Stans Energy to resume work on Kyrgyz rare earth mine

LONDON (Metal-Pages) 26-Sep-12. Canadian company Stans Energy expects to resume exporation work at the Kutessay II rare earth deposit in Kyrgyzstan, following negotiations to resolve a temporary issue over its licence in the country. Stans Energy, which also owns the Kashka rare earth plant in Ak-Tuz, had announced on 11 ...

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