Magnet demand boosts Chinese terbium, dysprosium prices

By William Clarke
Published: Tuesday, 12 January 2021

China Southern Rare Earths, a major state-owned producer, has announced price rises for key heavy rare-earth magnet elements.

On Tuesday January 12, China Southern raised its list price for terbium oxide to 7,200-7,300 yuan ($1,111-1,127) per kg, compared with 6,600-6,700 yuan per kg a week earlier.

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