Word China could double rare earth exports this year is less than meets the eye. A slowing...
Word China could double rare earth exports this year is less than meets the eye. A slowing global economy had China exporting only about one half of its government-mandated quota in 2011. The quotas for 2012 aren't changing, it's just hope sharply lower prices for the minerals will lead to a bump in demand and those quotas being hit.
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