SINGAPORE (Mar 19): On the face of it, the market does not seem too perturbed by the boardroom turmoil that erupted this past week at Alliance Mineral Assets, the only notable lithium play listed on the Singapore Exchange. It might be because AMA had been mired in a long-running conflict among its key officials and shareholders, and the latest developments at the company might finally put an end to all the uncertainty. It could also be a reflection of optimism that AMA is on the cusp of a surge in revenue nearly four years after listing. But there are still plenty of risks ahead for investors.

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