IM Rare Earths News in Brief 16 – 22 November

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 22 November 2013

Samsung to investigate rare earth alternatives; EU highlights dysprosium supply risk

Samsung has announced that it intends to conduct research into rare earth alternative materials as part of its list of future technology research items, according to Korean media reports.

The Korean electronics giant said that it selected a total of 27 items for the purpose through an impartial judging process...

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