Tantalum – Tantalum from Africa is often overshadowed by conflict in one country, but the metal can be found across the continent.
Articles Tagged "conflict minerals"
Tantalum – The Conflict Minerals Act, which governs the disclosure of conflict minerals in electronics supply chains, has been criticized for having too many loopholes.
Tantalum – New conflict minerals rules are more lenient on scrap and recycled tantalum. As the market digests this news, interest in secondary supply is growing.
Tantalum – BusinessWeek reported business groups have joined together to sue the Securities and Exchange Commission in the U.S. regarding the Dodd-Frank ruling which states companies must make reasonable efforts to ensure tantalum and other conflict minerals are not from war-torn regions.
Tantalum – To the relief of many, the long-awaited conflict minerals rules have been finalized.
Tantalum – Bloomberg reported the United States' Securities and Exchange Commission will require companies to report where they obtain tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold from for their products.
Tin – Bloomberg reported the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is demanding companies report the origins of minerals like tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold.
Tungsten – Bloomberg reported the Securities and Exchange Commission is demanding companies report where tin, tantalum, tungsten and gold are purchased from.
Tantalum – Reuters reported the United States is set to clarify the Dodd Frank Act as regulators finalize rules on overseas operations and conflict free minerals.
Tin – CNBC reported the United States is set to clarify the Dodd Frank Act and companies' regulations to stop trading in conflict minerals like tin.