Australia’s IMX takes over Tanzania nickel project as it buys partner Continental
May 21, 2012 | 01:00 PM
Australian-based IMX Resources has taken ownership of the Nachingwea nickel project in Tanzania, after buying Canadian junior Continental Nickel, its joint-venture partner on the project.
IMX said on May 17 that it plans to start production at the Tanzanian project in 2015.
“With the project under single ownership, there is now a clear path to advance towards commencing nickel production,” managing....
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