Sichuan looks to strengthen rare earths, TiO2

By Albert Li
Published: Monday, 12 June 2017

Authorities in the Chinese province are aiming to expand R&D and innovation in TiO2 and rare earths, targeting electronics and automotive.

China’s Sichuan province is targeting the expansion of its TiO2 industry and of rare earths and their downstream sectors as part of the 2017 Economic Development Target for the province’s Panxi economic zone, local authorities announced on 6 June.

Panxi owns the biggest titanium feedstock base in China,...

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