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Zhangjiajie, China

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Beijing, China

Australia launches strategy on 24 critical minerals

2019-04-17 16:40:27  【Print】
It's reported that the Federal Government of Australia launched the Critical Minerals Strategy 2019, aiming to make Australia become an important country for the exploration, extraction, production and processing of critical minerals worldwide.

The Critical Mineral Strategy 2019 covers 24 critical minerals including lithium, gallium, titanium, chrome, manganese, vanadium, cobalt, tungsten, bismuth, antimony, magnesium, platinum group metals, niobium, tantalum, zirconium, rare earths, geranium, indium, graphite and others.

Resources and Northern Australia Minister Matt Canavan said there were significant economic opportunities for Australia as global demand for critical minerals grew. "Investing in critical minerals supports the nation's economy and will create more jobs for Australians by growing our resources sector," Canavan said.

Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister Simon Birmingham said Australia was uniquely placed to capture the value on offer through rising global demand for critical minerals.


.Asian Metal Copyright Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister Simon Birmingham said Australia was uniquely placed to capture the value on offer through rising global demand for critical minerals.Asian Metal Copyright