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"How do we do what the Chinese did, set up an industry downstream to make sure we capture as much value as possible?"

Australia’s tech metal players have called for more value-adding for their materials which are used in new products from batteries to solar cells.

"How do we do what the Chinese did, set up an industry downstream to make sure we capture as much value as possible?" "How do we do what the Chinese did, set up an industry downstream to make sure we capture as much value as possible?" "How do we do what the Chinese did, set up an industry downstream to make sure we capture as much value as possible?" "How do we do what the Chinese did, set up an industry downstream to make sure we capture as much value as possible?" "How do we do what the Chinese did, set up an industry downstream to make sure we capture as much value as possible?"

Export is usually the end of the line for Australia’s materials

Company bosses from Australian Vanadium (AU:AVL), Arafura Resources (AU:ARU) and Northern Minerals (AU:NTU) told ABC Radio there should be a greater focus on downstream processing within Australia.

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