Japan secures 10-year rare earth supply deal with Lynas

By Mark Watts
Published: Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Sojitz to help fund expansion; agrees 8,500 tpa imports for Japanese market

Japan is set to alleviate rare earth supply shortages within the next two years through a new supply deal with Australian group, Lynas Corp.

Lynas has reached a strategic agreement with Japanese trading house, Sojitz Corp., ensuring rare earth materials enter the Japanese market from the group’s plant under development...

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