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Sibanye-Stillwater says it is in talks to take a controlling stake in Finnish lithium firm Keliber and may ultimately spend as much as €446m (R7.75bn) as it eyes 80% of a firm that is gearing up to be the first fully integrated lithium producer in Europe. 

Sibanye has been on a drive to diversify away from precious metals into battery metals and picked up a 30.29% stake in Keliber in February...

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