Dec 22 (Reuters) - Talison Lithium expects congestion at the Port of Bunbury in western Australia to delay lithium concentrate shipment and reduce sales in the December quarter. The Perth, Australia-based company said about 38,000 tonnes of its lithium concentrate sales that were ready for shipment earlier this month will be delayed into early January. Toronto-listed Talison, one of the world's top producers of lithium, said the delay wouldn't affect 2012 sales. The company, which inked a ...
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