China lifts rare earth, tungsten mining quotas

By William Clarke
Published: Tuesday, 25 February 2020

Beijing has announced its rare earth and tungsten mining quotas for the first half of 2020, with volumes increasing for both sectors.

China's Ministry of Natural Resources, and the Ministry of Industry & Information Technology published the quotas on February 19.

The rare earth quota for the first six months of the year has been set at 66,000 tonnes, compared with 60,000...

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