Lynas looks for government support for rare earths

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 21 October 2020

Rare earth producer Lynas is hoping for increased state support for the sector outside China, with governments moving to secure supply chains for their wide-ranging decarbonization initiatives.

Lynas chief executive Amanda Lacaze noted increased government support for rare earth production in a number of markets.

These included an executive order from the United States president to build resilient domestic supply, as well as the launch of an EU strategy to secure access to critical minerals including rare...

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