China “drives towards self preservation” in rare earths policy

By Jack Elliott
Published: Monday, 19 March 2012

Illegal mining most damaging issue, BAE systems contractor says

China’s developments in rare earths strategies are geared towards self preservation, Cindy Hurst, a BAE systems contractor for the Foreign Military Studies Office, told IM.

Speaking at Euromines’ Critical Raw Materials conference in Brussels earlier this month, Hurst explained that the country has faced a host of problems,...

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