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Dubbo Project plans include metal plants in South Korea, North America, Toongi

By Kim Bartley
Updated May 20 2021 - 4:25am, first published May 18 2021 - 5:30am
DUBBO VISIT: Australian Strategic Materials (ASM) managing director David Woodall (second from right) is pictured at Dubbo with ASM property manager Esther Williamson, the company's Toongi Pastoral Company farm manager Fergus Job and ASM's general manager in NSW Mike Sutherland. Photo: KIM BARTLEY.

The man in charge of the yet-to-be-financed Dubbo Project says it has "lots of momentum" and in the future will need up to 280 full-time workers at Toongi.

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