Northern Minerals boss talks-up Chinese rare earth ore demand despite coronavirus shutdown

By William Clarke
Published: Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Rare earth miner Northern Minerals has resumed shipments to China, after a prolonged disruption due to the outbreak of 2019n-CoV coronavirus, reporting “no discernible change in demand” for rare-earth ores.

Northern Minerals announced on Monday March 16 that it had sold its second shipment of the year to trading company Thyssenkrupp, with 114 tonnes despatched from Darwin, in Australia’s Northern Territory, toward...

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