Tiomin quits Kenya minsands

By Simon Moores
Published: Thursday, 25 February 2010

Long suffering Tiomin agrees to offload TiO2 feedstock development for $3m.

Tiomin Resources Inc. called to an end its 15-year association with the Kwale mineral sands deposit in Kenya, after agreeing to sell the asset and all intellectual property to Australian metals junior, Base Iron Ltd, for $3m.

 

Operated through Tiomin Kenya, the project has been fraught with problems in...

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