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Graphite is the new lithium: Kingsland

SYNCHRONICITY has been the theme at Kingsland Minerals since the company started drilling out what could be a significant graphite resource earlier this year, months before China warned it would flex its muscles and use its dominance of global supply chains.

 Kingsland's drilling at Leliyn

Kingsland's drilling at Leliyn

From December 1, China is considering curbing exports on some graphite materials for national security reasons, adding to gallium and germanium controls, and the same playbook as its decision to restrict...

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