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Bryah bags OM help for manganese search

WITH a promising outlook for manganese demand, Bryah Resources has struck a A$7.3 million deal with OM Holdings under which the ASX-listed miner can earn up to 70% in Bryah's namesake project in Western Australia, which will immediately be expanded to include 154sq.km around the Horseshoe South mine.

Bryah bags OM help for manganese search

      OMH, which operates Bootu Creek manganese mine in the Northern Territory, had already paid a $250,000 signing fee and will make further payments of $750,000 by the end of July.   It will...

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