SYDNEY -- Creditors banging at the door? Financial collapse imminent? All part of the fun for corporate turnaround specialist Amanda Lacaze.
Since taking the helm at Australian-listed rare earths miner Lynas in 2014, Lacaze has become embroiled in a political row with geostrategic implications that make the company's former balance sheet woes look mundane.
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