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China's miners urged to include PGMs in expanding global footprint

China's near-total reliance on imports to meet domestic demand for platinum group metals (PGMs) should be a wake-up call for Chinese mining companies to lock in overseas resources as more novel applications for the precious metals are developed, delegates heard at an industry event this week.

Shi Weijun
China's miners urged to include PGMs in expanding global footprint

  "Supply security is a big issue for us. We are highly dependent on imports. I think this will be a big opportunity for Chinese companies as well. These mining companies can absolutely go overseas...

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