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Sierra Rutile Plans $60M Expansion

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Sierra Rutile Plans $60M Expansion


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The IFC is the private sector funding arm of the World Bank and the partnership between the corporation and the company involves $60million loan which will give the lender a 10% stake in Sierra Rutile.

Sierra Rutile Limited is a former subsidiary of the British-owned Titanium Resources Group, which was acquired by the Australian sand miner Illuka in 2016 as part of a major takeover involving £215 million.

Sierra Rutile primarily holds leases for mining rutile in Sierra Leone since its formation in the 1970s.

These leases cover a land area of 580 km2, comprising some 19 identified deposits.

The company’s concessions presently span five chiefdoms in two districts: Imperi and Jong chiefdoms in Bothe; Lower Banta, Upper Banta and Bagruwa chiefdoms in Moyamba.

According to the company, the expansion is to be carried out in two of its operational areas: Area 1 in Gangama and Lanti, where it is operating dry mining, and Area 5 in Sembehun, Bagruwa chiefdom, Moyamba district.



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