WLF.AX - Wolf Minerals Limited

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  • Reuters

    Australian tungsten producer Wolf Minerals says its British unit has stopped trading

    MELBOURNE/LONDON (Reuters) - Australia-listed tungsten producer Wolf Minerals (WLF.AX) said on Thursday that it could not meet its short-term working capital needs after failing to reach a deal with its financial backers, and as a result its British unit would cease to trade. The ASX-listed miner has appointed Australia-based Ferrier Hodgson as a voluntary administrator, it said in a filing on Thursday. Wolf Minerals was at the vanguard of Britain's attempts to revive the nation's mining industry in 2014 when it re-opened its Drakelands Mine in Devon, a push that grew as the government sought to shore up local industries in the face of Brexit.

  • Devon-based Wolf Minerals goes bust threatening 200 jobs
    The Telegraph

    Devon-based Wolf Minerals goes bust threatening 200 jobs

    Devon-based tungsten miner Wolf Minerals has fallen into administration after failing to secure a funding lifeline, putting 200 jobs at risk.

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