Barrambie to ride on China's back

TITANIUM-vanadium hopeful Neometals has pencilled in a potential joint venture partner for its Barrambie project in Western Australia’s Mid-West; signing a memorandum of understanding with the Institute of Multipurpose Utilization of Mineral Resources (IMUMR) at the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences to jointly work toward commercial production of high-purity titanium and vanadium chemicals.

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A couple of Barrambie locals

Under the MoU the two parties will work on a hydrometallurgical processing demonstration plant and plan for a 50:50 joint venture agreement.