Namibia Critical Metals (NMI)

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James Bay reality and potential rare earths mania

In his May 22nd broadcast, John Kaiser updates Midland Exploration's (MD) Mythril project which has implications for nearby area plays hosted by Azimut Exploration (AZM), 92 Resources (NTY) and Quebec Precious Metal (CJC). Midland released initial drilling results from 10 holes on May 16th.

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In the third and final segment of the show, Mr. Kaiser assesses the implications for rare earths if China makes a move for Taiwan to secure semi-conductor supply.

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