China to establish rare earth tracking system

By Albert Li
Published: Tuesday, 17 January 2017

The northern district of Baotou aims to develop a tracing system for rare earths comprising the whole of Inner Mongolia to improve transparency. curb illegal mining and stop unauthorised trading of the mineral.

China’s municipal government in Baotou and the Inner Mongolia Bureau of Quality and Technology Supervision have signed a three-year memorandum to promote key rare earths projects in...

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