Iluka approves rare earth refinery on $1bn government loan

The Federal Government is making good on its promise to deliver funding for critical minerals projects, supplying almost 90 per cent of the direct costs of building Iluka Resources’ $1.2 billion Eneabba rare earths refinery through a low-cost loan.

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