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Tianqi shelves growth plans

TIANQI Lithium has blamed the soft market conditions for a decision to shelve second stage expansion plans at its $400 million lithium hydroxide plant in Kwinana.

 Tianqi's lithium plant in Kwinana

Tianqi's lithium plant in Kwinana

Tianqi was planning to boost capacity at the plant, from 24,000 tonnes of lithium hydroxide a year to 48,000t but the weak lithium market has put the clamps on any such move. With lithium prices in...

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