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Demand for cobalt is expected to increase, driven by the rollout of electric cars.

Aus Mines' $US12m deal for cobalt work

Perth-based Australian Mines has secured a $US12 million convertible note facility with a New York fund, as it seeks to continue development of a Queensland cobalt project and completes the acquisition of a second cobalt deposit.

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