Bald Hill slowly re-emerges from legal lithium limbo

Lithium mine benefits from international bidding race

Tim Treadgold
Bald Hill slowly re-emerges from legal lithium limbo

Work on Bald Hill, located about 50 kilometres south of the Western Australian nickel mining centre of Kambalda, started in 2017 when the metal, in its carbonate form, was trading around US$22,000 a tonne....

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