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The prospect for rare earth stocks - already reeling from a sharp decline in prices for minerals...

The prospect for rare earth stocks - already reeling from a sharp decline in prices for minerals - looks dimmer after companies like General Electric (GE) and Toyota (TM) scale back their usage of elements like cerium and lanthanum and use cheaper alternatives. "If you think you can keep raising the prices for those materials and still keep your customers, you’re crazy,” adds one metal analyst.
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