Stans Energy sees support from Moscow Arbitration Court over Kyrgyzstan rare earth deposit

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Tuesday, 07 October 2014

With every positive indication it receives from the Arbitration Court, Stans is moving closer to being able to produce rare earths from its Kyrgyzstan-based resource and to receive liquidity for future investments – but that is only the beginning of the battle for the would-be miner, as the rare earth industry remains depressed and oversupplied.

Canadian junior Stans Energy Corp. has received more support from the International Arbitration Court at the Moscow Chamber of Commerce, which refused a motion filed by the Kyrgyz government to block the recent ruling over Stans’ Kutessay II rare earth project in Kyrgyzstan.

The motion filed by the Kyrgyz Republic...

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