Germany signs rare earth supply agreement with Kazakhstan

By Mark Watts
Published: Thursday, 09 February 2012

Kazakhstan president signs agreement in Berlin to give Germany mineral access

The leaders of Germany and Kazakhstan have agreed to a strategic partnership that gives German companies the rights to explore and mine rare earths in the central Asian republic.

One of 50 separate deals valued at a total of €3bn ($4bn), the agreement was...

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