IM Global Rare Earths Roundup: 3-10 February

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Friday, 10 February 2012

A brief look at the rest of the week’s rare earth stories in the news

Japan announced this week that it is planning to radically reduce its consumption of heavy rare earth dysprosium in order to limit its dependence on Chinese imports.


Japan’s government said it would spend 5bn Japanese yen (JPY) ($65m) over the next two years in assisting companies in cutting down...

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