China’s Ganzizhou Rongda Lithium is restarting one of China’s only hard rock lithium mines as the country realizes it’s almost entirely dependent upon Australia for the metal
As reported by Kitco: “Chinese lithium firm Youngy Co Ltd’s wholly owned subsidiary, Ganzizhou Rongda Lithium Co Ltd, resumed production at its spodumene – a hard-rock mineral used for lithium – mine on June 10, an official told Reuters on Thursday…”
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