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Extraction podcast part 4: Tharisa

Extraction podcast part 4: Tharisa

Tharisa's (THS) secondary listing on the London Stock Exchange in June couldn't have been better timed to coincide with the commodities bull run of 2016. With its low cost profile, long-life open pit mine and exposure to chrome, investors have been steadily buying into the rare mining debutant, sending the shares up by more than 200 per cent since the summer.

 

In the latest in our series of natural resources podcasts, natural resources writer Alex Newman speaks with chief executive Phoevos Pouroulis and chief financial officer Michael Jones about Tharisa’s first set of full-year results since listing in London, the state of South Africa’s mining industry, and what’s happening in the chrome market.

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By Alex Newman,
29 November 2016

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