China’s bid to replace toxic materials could be boon for rare earths

By Albert Li
Published: Thursday, 26 January 2017

Chinese policies buoy RE trading; average prices still remain low; mixed profits reported by producers.

China is promoting the adoption of rare earth products across a number of industries to replace toxic and hazardous source materials which have been highlighted by the central government.
Two rare earth products were included in a list which was drawn up by three of the country’s ministries in the...

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