SURFACE

Another WA SoP player goes under

UP FOR sale sulphate of potash company Kalium Lakes has collapsed with debts of more than $200 million, after the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility terminated the second $5 million tranche of funding.

 Kalium in collapse

Kalium in collapse

Shares in Kalium Lakes have been suspended on the Australian Securities Exchange since June, when the company and the Beyondie SoP mine, in Western Australia's Pilbara, were put up for sale. Kalium's...

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