Chinese provinces crack down on rare earth activities

By Albert Li
Published: Thursday, 23 February 2017

Inspections to take place in April; Black list will be created at provincial level; Recovery noted in rare earths market

Several Chinese provinces have announced a series of inspections to take place until April in order to crack down on illegal mining. Operations will be closely monitored to assess source material, selling prices and output.
A number of Chinese provinces announced plans in January to take special action against illegal...

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