As we navigate IMARC (and all the associated BD for the week) we roped a previous guest, Kingsley Jones, onto the podcast to discuss Lynas’ product transit, what it means for rare earth aspirants, and the Azure Minerals dilemma.
We are also joined by Ben Nolan who has been sitting in limbo with other AVZ shareholders for the best part of two years. Ben relays the journey as a shareholder and has some insights for investors as a result of his experience.
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(5:22) What we think of IMARC so far
(8:00) AVZ Shareholder, Ben Nolan, Joins Us to discuss the Journey
(29:53) Kingsley Jones on Lynas, Rare Earths and Azure Minerals