Stans aims for Kyrgyzstan heavy rare earth output by 2012

By Mark Watts
Published: Friday, 21 October 2011

Canadian company to process outsourced feedstock as it refurbishes remaining plants

Stans Energy is aiming to restart the production of heavy rare earths in Kyrgyzstan in 2012 as it refurbishes the Kashka former-Soviet processing complex.

The Canada-based group acquired the plants in January 2011 from Kyrgyz Chemical Metallurgical Plant (KCMP) for $5.5m., where it plans to process ore from the nearby...

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