Light rare earth prices rise outside China on tight supply

By Mark Watts
Published: Friday, 26 November 2010

Prices sustained at new high levels as 2011 Chinese export quota still pending

The price of light rare earth oxides (REO) outside China continued to rise this week as supply remains tight, while buyers remain in the dark over Chinese export quota levels going into 2011.

Chinese rare earth exports dropped 77% in October from the previous month, with only 830 tonnes being...

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