CHINA KUSHUGHULIKIA MASUALA YAKE YA SEKTA YA RARE EART
Historia ina tabia ya kurudia yenyewe. Kila jamii hunapitia hatua tofauti katika maendeleo yake na ni wakati wa China kushughulikia masuala yake ya mazingira na sekta ya Rare Earth.
Ingawa China sasa inatawala ugavi wa kimataifa wa metali hizi, udhibiti wa uchimbaji haramu wa madini na masuala ya mazingira, na mtazamo wao katika taratibu mpya za tasnia ya Rare Earth zilizotolewa hivi karibuni, ni dhahiri kwamba mabadiliko yanakuja. China itadhibiti uzalishaji wa mwaka na usafirishaji wa nje ya nchi wa Rare earth na hatimaye kuongeza mahitaji ya ndani kwa kuhamia katika viwanda vinavyotumia teknolojia ya hali ya juu na hatua kwa hatua hadi kufikia kuwa muuzaji wa NdPr iliyoongezewa thamani.
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