Lynas sticks to its guns over rare earth price shift

Published: Monday, 17 February 2014

Company says it will not accept new orders for the light rare earth below $15/kg

By David Green

Australia’s Lynas Corp. raised industry eyebrows in late January when it expressed confidence that lanthanum demand will grow robustly through to 2020, while at the same time declaring that it will not accept new orders for the light rare earth below $15/kg.


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