Australia’s Birimian has signed an MOU with Chinese chemical convertor General Lithium for 200,000 tons per annum of spodumene concentrate from its Goulamina lithium project in Mali

Posted by on December 12, 2018 3:38 pm
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As reported by SmallCaps, Australia’s Birimian has signed an MOU with Chinese chemical convertor General Lithium for 200,000 tons per annum of spodumene concentrate from its Goulamina lithium project in Mali.

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