Rare earths prices flat into new year as China maintains export tariffs

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Government retains 2014 tax regime but is yet to issue statement on quotas

Rare earths prices have remained unchanged in the second half of December, despite soft trading activity, as China revealed that it intends to roll over its export taxes into 2015.

Some reports suggested that prices had jumped slightly in mid-December as some buyers sought to make last minute purchases in case tariffs...

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