Iluka's rare earth rush gathers speed

OLD mines don’t always die, but sometimes they get a second life when demand rises for once unloved by-products required in new technologies, which is why Iluka is attracting investor interest as a potential leader in the rare earth race.

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Iluka's Eneabba rare earths operation in Western Australia

Once known solely for its less than exciting business as a producer of titanium dioxide, which is mainly used in paint, and zircon, which is used to glaze bathroom and kitchen tiles, the image of

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