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Dissident Tap Oil shareholder Chatchai Yenbamroong has ramped up his attack on the company's board, accusing it in a letter to shareholders of presiding over a long-term erosion of value.
Shares in Galaxy Resources surged after the company announced it was on the verge of closing out the protracted sale of its troubled lithium processing plant in China.
Shares in iron ore miners have risen despite the price of the commodity sliding to a fresh post-global financial crisis low overnight.
One of the world's biggest coal miners, BHP Billiton, is considering importing the fossil fuel through Bunbury Port amid heightened concerns Griffin Coal is struggling to maintain supply to the Worsley alumina plant.

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