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Norway mining group announces ‘huge’ find of rare earth deposits

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A Norwegian mining company on Thursday announced that it had found the largest deposit of rare earths in Europe in the southeast of the country.

Rare Earths Norway (REN) said the Fensfelt deposit has 8.8 million tonnes of total rare earth oxides (TREO), which are essential for the transition to green technology.


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