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Galaxy Resources Ltd (ASX:GXY) announced that its Jiangsu Lithium Carbonate Plant has reached 386t in the first half of April 2013.
The acquisition of Talison Lithium by a privately owned Chinese firm with state-owned affiliates was completed on March 26, giving the Asian powerhouse control over one-third of global lithium supply.
Galaxy Resources Ltd (ASX:GXY) announced that its lithium carbonate plant in China has produced 425 tons in its first month of production, which is 31% of its design output.
Mining Weekly reported that Australian lithium miner, Talison Lithium, announced that it has already been granted an Australian federal approval to proceed with the takeover deal by Chengdu Tianqi Industry Group for C$848 million.
Galaxy Resources Ltd. (ASX:GXY) announced that operations at the Jiangsu Lithium Carbonate Plant in China has recommenced, following clearance from the Safety Bureau.
Galaxy Resources Ltd. (ASX:GXY) has confirmed that it has been informed by East China Mineral Exploration & Development Bureau that its Board has already withdrawn from the proposed investment in Galaxy.
Mining Weekly reported that Galaxy Resources (ASX:GXY) will restart full operations of its China based Jiangsu plant by February next year. In late November, a fiberglass pipe exploded, which injured a number of people working in the said site.
Reuters reported that Wanxiang Group Corp.'s plan to acquire A123 Systems Inc. (OTC Pink:AONEQ), which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, has been approved by China's government. The deal must still be approved by the US government and is contingent on whether A123 receives better bids at an auction next month.
Most in the lithium industry had accepted the idea that Rockwood's all-cash bid for Talison Lithium would stick — but earlier this week, Chengdu Tianqi Industry Group of China submitted what may be a superior bid.