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Call to put aluminium on critical minerals list

AUSTRALIAN Aluminium Council president Mike Ferraro has decried the federal government’s narrow definition of critical minerals for not including resources already produced at scale, including bauxite, alumina, aluminium and other major commodities.

 Aluminium industry cries foul

Aluminium industry cries foul

Giving feedback to the government's critical minerals strategy paper, Ferraro said Australia risked its position as supplier of choice in the clean energy transition by not recognising - as Canada, the...

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