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Cadence Minerals says Yangibana joint venture partner signs second MOU for an off-take deal

The Memorandum of Understanding is a prelude to a binding commercial agreement for the sale by Hastings Technology Metals Ltd and purchase by China Rare Earth Holdings Limited of Mixed Rare Earth Carbonate

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Cadence said pricing for the MREC will be based on a formula taking into account prevailing market prices

Cadence Minerals Plc (LON:KDNC) has told investors that Hastings Technology Metals Ltd  - its joint venture partner in the Yangibana Neodymium Project in Western Australia – has signed a second Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for an off-take deal with China Rare Earth Holdings Limited (CREH).

Under the MOU, the parties have outlined their intent to enter into a binding commercial agreement for the sale by Hastings and purchase by CREH of Mixed Rare Earth Carbonate (MREC) which will be produced from Yangibana.

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Cadence said the final terms and conditions of the agreement will be formalised in a commercial off-take contract within 12 months from the date of the MOU.

It added that pricing for the MREC will be based on a formula taking into account prevailing market prices prior to shipment.

Cadence acquired a 30% free carried interest to Bankable Feasibility Study of the Yangibana North Rare Earth Deposit in December 2011, with the exploration costs borne solely by Hastings, the project’s 70% owner and operator.

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