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Expanded scoping study confirms credentials of Malawi rutile/graphite project

Aim-listed Sovereign Metals’ expanded scoping study for Kasiya, in Malawi, has confirmed that the project will be one of the world’s biggest and lowest cost producers of natural rutile and natural graphite with a carbon-footprint substantially lower than current alternatives, the company reports. In April, Sovereign announced a new Joint Ore Reserves Committee-complaint mineral resource estimate for Kasiya, which confirmed the project as the world’s biggest rutile (titanium dioxide) deposit and one of the world’s largest flake graphite deposits.

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