Wednesday, December 29, 2010

What Happens When Largest Supplier Of Rare Earth Alloys Sets Export Quotas?

From WSJ China Considers Further Rare Earth Quotas

China, which supplies around 95% of the world's rare-earth metals

Beijing has been slashing annual export quotas for rare earths in recent years, a move that has led to increasing frustration among overseas buyers for the material widely used in high-tech batteries, mobile phones and defense products.

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