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Business Description: Globe Metals & Mining Limited (GBE) is an African-based resource company, focusing on rare metals such as niobium, tantalum and rare earths, as well as other commodities including graphite, fluorite, uranium and zircon. GBE's main focus is the multi-commodity Kanyika Niobium Project in Malawi, which will produce ferro-niobium, a key additive in sophisticated steels. Other GBE's projects are Mount Muambe Fluorite-REE, Machinga REE, Salambidwe Rare Earth and Chiziro Graphite Projects.
The Age 9/12/2013 |
Commerce ministers have capped days of hard negotiations by approving a commercial deal that the World Trade Organisation hailed as a historic boost for the trade body and the world economy.
The Age 9/12/2013 |
The jobs picture in the United States brightened in November as hiring was stronger than expected and the unemployment rate fell to a five-year low, data that increases the likelihood of the Federal Reserve easing its stimulus efforts sooner rather than later.
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