China

tackling its rare earth industry issues

History has a habit of repeating itself. Each society goes through different stages in its development and it’s time for China to tackle his environmental and rare earth industry issues.

Although China currently dominates the global supply of these metals, a crackdown on illegal mining and environmental issues, and their focus on the recently issued new Rare earth industry standards means change is imminent. China will restrict its annual output and rare earth exports consequently increasing the domestic demand by moving to high-tech manufacturing processes and gradually becoming a net importer for NdPr.

21/09/2017
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"China Is Said to Mull Relaxing Foreign EV Maker Restrictions  "

(Bloomberg) -- China is discussing a plan to allow foreign carmakers to set up wholly owned electri

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"The world’s largest car market just announced an imminent end to gas and diesel cars"

A romp through recent, remarkable news about electric vehicles in China and beyond. On Saturday

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28/08/2017
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"Huge rare earth industrial park coming to Inner Mongolia (470 square kilometers)"

  The largest rare earth new material industrial park in China is expected to be built in Ba

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08/08/2017
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"The Year 2017 – China Waging ‘Unprecedented’ Pollution Crackdown"

Large state-owned businesses, local governments and thousands of small private enterprises have been

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04/09/2017
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"September 2017 – NDPR Price Performance YTD in USD of +116% or in RMB YTD +103%"

Baotou announced their new September price list with another steep price increase for Neodymium/Pr

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14/08/2017
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"AUGUST 2017 – CHINA NORTHERN RARE EARTH GROUP INCREASED 7TH TIME THIS YEAR THE NDPR PRICE YTD 91%"

Baotou announced their new August price list with a steep price increase for Neodymium/Praseodymiu

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15/02/2017
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"Beijing ‘Environmental Police’ to Target Heavy Air Polluters"

Unit of about 50 officers to work with other government bodies High-emission vehicles barred fr

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05/01/2017
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"China to plow $361 billion into renewable fuel by 2020"

BEIJING (Reuters) - China will plow 2.5 trillion yuan ($361 billion) into renewable power generation

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