Resources group Tharisa’s profits declined 29% at the halfway stage after platinum prices tumbled sharply, as the company invested in future growth.

Revenue for the six months ended March increased 10.1% to $369.1m, while profit after tax fell to $38.8m from $54.7m before...

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