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Aussie lithium miner expands deal with Chinese metal processor

Pilbara’s shares up by almost 5%, as China continues to dominate the global rare earth market.

Pilbara Minerals' Pilbara plant.

Dan Purves Wed, 07 Feb 2024

A leading ASX-listed lithium company, Pilbara Minerals, has signed a deal significantly expanding its exports to a Chinese lithium producer, Chengxin Lithium Group.

The original offtake agreement was to supply 70,000 tonnes (70 kilotonnes) of ore to the lithium chemicals producer in the financial

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