Gindalbie welcomes AnSteel's WA plans

Gindalbie Metals says its 50 per cent owned pellet plant in China will not be made redundant if its project partner, AnSteel, goes ahead with plans to build the state's first steel mill in Oakajee.


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Finally WA will have down stream processing for steel! Hard to imagine that BHP and Rio Tinto haven't done this before. Imagine the great position Australia would be in if this investment had come years ago. Let's hope this impetus will give BHP and Rio a hurry up to get into the game, so Australia can stop importing steel.

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