Greenland mine viable at $2.6bn cost

West Perth-based Greenland Minerals and Energy says its Kvanefjeld project could rival the world's largest rare earths mine in China after a prefeasibility study estimated capital costs at $US2.3 billion ($A2.6 billion).


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