Australia allocates A$2 billion for critical mineral financing

Policy & Regulation

The expanded Critical Minerals Facility supports the Australian government's Critical Minerals Strategy 2023–30

The government of Australia has allocated a A$2 billion expansion in critical minerals financing, aimed at consolidating Australia's position as a leading global supplier of critical minerals required to transition to net zero, according to a press note issued by the Australian Prime Minister's office on Oct. 24.

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