Greenland Minerals says an arbitrational tribunal has refused to grant interim orders that the Australia-based company had sought after the government of Greenland issued a draft decision to reject a mining licence for the stalled Kvanefjeld rare earth-uranium project, Kallanish reports.
The three-person tribunal in Copenhagen, Denmark, ruled that the interim orders requested would no longer serve their purpose to maintain the status quo as the Greenland governmen…
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