Demand shortages to hit four rare earth elements by 2015 – IMCOA

By Mark Watts
Published: Wednesday, 10 November 2010

New capacity likely to fall short of demand growth in neodymium, terbium & dysprosium

There are expected to be shortages of four rare earth elements by 2015 due to growth in demand from end markets and limited new capacity, according to a rare earths expert.


Dudley Kingsnorth, executive director of the Industrial Minerals Co. of Australia Pty Ltd (IMCOA), said a lack of supply...

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