China quotas unlikely to buoy falling rare earth prices

By Mark Watts
Published: Tuesday, 03 January 2012

Analysts say export limits to stabilise market, but no return to highs of 2010-11

China’s move to decrease export quotas for the first half of 2012 is unlikely to have an immediate impact on falling rare earth prices, according to analysts in the sector.

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) reduced official exports limits by 27% year on year for H1 to...

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