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Agrimin pulls out of deal to buy Beyondie

A SHARE sale agreement through which Agrimin would have acquired failed sulphate of potash miner Kalium Lakes and the Beyondie project has been terminated by Agrimin due to “nonsatisfaction of a condition precedent”.

 Beyondie still stranded as Agrimin declines sale

Beyondie still stranded as Agrimin declines sale

Kalium Lakes went into voluntary administration in August, with receivers from McGrath Nicol appointed in September. The company spent more than $300 million on Beyondie, in Western Australia's Pilbara...

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