Chinese rare earths prices continue post-tariff slide

By Laura Syrett
Published: Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Chinese industry leaders warn of further pricing volatility if new trading mechanisms are not supported.

China’s rare earths prices weakened steadily throughout May and into June, following the government’s removal of export tariffs on the minerals on 1 May.

IM sources said that international buyers had taken advantage of the shift in policy to push for lower...

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