Chinese rare earths expected to stabilise, govt website states

By Albert Li IM analyst, Shanghai
Published: Wednesday, 29 February 2012

“Fire sale” to end with new invoicing system, curbing illegal sales, media states

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) published a report today stating that it expects the prices of rare earths to stabalise on the back of a new invoicing system.

The government has not lent support to the article published, which has been replicated across news sites in China, but published...

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