Base Resources Limited's (LON:BSE) (ASX:BSE) chief financial officer Kevin Balloch talks Proactive's Andrew Scott through its September quarter highlights. It produced 65,863 tonnes of ilmenite and 15,513 tonnes of rutile in the third quarter, versus 84,843 and 19,035 respectively in the second quarter. Significantly it's decided to pay a dividend of 3.5 Australian cents per share based on the company’s strong financial performance in 2020.
Base Resources says production remains uninterrupted with Kwale operations 'going well'
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