Chinese rare earths tax expected to add premium to prices

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Increased volatility likely to take further toll on already weak demand

The Chinese government’s proposal to impose new resource taxes on rare earths are likely to add premiums to future contract prices for the minerals as suppliers seek to incorporate the additional costs, market observers believe.

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