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|| Chinese firm Yantai Jinpeng invetsed $1 million in Australian firm

china-mining-auYantai Jinpeng Mining, a privately owned Chinese engineering firm, has acquired stake in Walkabout Resources, an energy minerals developer based in Western Australia for $1 million.

Walkabout Resources is an African focused energy minerals developer and is listed on the Australia Securities Exchange. Its flagship project is the Lindi Jumbo Graphite Project located in south east Tanzania. It also has the largest thermal coal asset in central south Botswana. (With more than 20 years of experience, 350 employees and annual turnover of $60 million, Yantai Jinpeng Mining products are exported to more than 20 countries).

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