Tokyo and Seoul on different tracks over Ambatovy nickel mine

After Canada's Sherritt, the longtime operator of Ambatovy's nickel-cobalt mine, threw in its hand in August, the two remaining shareholders differ on the way forward: armed with the government's blessing, Japan's Sumitomo is all-in for the long-haul, but South Korea's Kores is already looking for a way to fold. [...] (392 words)
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