Rare Earth – Not everyone is in favor of the US Department of Defense's recommendation that the US stockpile $120.43 million worth of heavy rare earths.
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Rare Earth – China has issued its first batch of rare earth export quotas for 2013, and the total comes in 27 percent lower than the first round of quotas issued in 2012.
China has issued its first batch of rare earth export quotas for 2013, and the total comes in 27 percent lower than the first round of quotas issued in 2012.
Rare Earth – China has once again changed its policy on rare earths, this time by creating a rare earth fund aimed at curbing illegal mining and exploration and helping rare earth companies upgrade their equipment to become more environmentally friendly. But will the new fund have any effect on the market?
Rare Earth – Bloomberg reported that Japanese rare earth metals importer Sojitz will take part in the first desalination project of its kind in sub-Saharan Africa, at a cost of $125 million. They are working in partnership with Spanish company Abengo.
Rare Earth – Investors are keenly anticipating the announcement that Japan will begin importing rare earths from India and see the move as a potential game changer for the REE market.
Rare Earth – IBTimes reported that several world economic leaders including Japan and the US have asked the WTO to intervene in the dispute over China's rare earth export restrictions.
Rare Earth – Bloomberg reported that the EU, Japan and the US want the WTO to make a ruling on China's rare earth export restrictions.
Rare Earth – Reuters reported that China said product quality variations are responsible for a gap in pricing between export and domestic rare earths.
Rare Earth – Global Times reported that Chinese trade experts are standing behind the country's policies on rare earth exports.