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Swedish rare earths on a slow road to market

A world-class rare earth discovery in Sweden is a win for Europe but it faces two challenges before being developed. The good news is that one of the obstacles can be cleared tomorrow. The bad news is that the other obstruction might never be cleared.

Tim Treadgold
Swedish rare earths on a slow road to market

  The hurdle which is easiest to overcome is the sort of onerous exploration and mine development approvals process loved by European and Scandinavian governments which has dulled the interest of mining...

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