China’s Pilbara killer scheduled for 2025

Just in time for China going ex-growth, via Platts:

Chinese-backed mining, metals and logistics consortium SMB-Winning is seeking equity partners to participate inthe development of Guinea’s Simandou Blocks 1&2 iron ore deposit, Societe Miniere de Boke chairman Fadi Wazni said.

It plans to produce 60 million mt/year of high grade ore in a first phase by 2026, potentially rising to 110 million mt/year at a later date.

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