Samarium oxide price edges up on scarcity of supply, export cost

By Albert Li IM analyst, Shanghai
Published: Thursday, 12 April 2012

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Rare earths traders in China have indicated that the price of samarium oxide, which is used in magnet applications, is rising due to scarcity of supply.


Market sources indicated that of the 30 companies which can currently export rare earths, very few have access to samarium, which is generally...

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