Rare Earths Used in New Anti Counterfeiting Measures
You probably know some of the traditional uses of rare earth metals—cell phones, DVDs, computer memory, catalytic converters in automobiles, and florescent lighting just to name a few but scientists have found a use that has people excited.
The Mining Industry is Still a Man’s World
It’s a man’s world. That’s the conventional wisdom when it comes to the mining sector. According to the 2013 study, “Mining for Talent,” the mining sector has the lowest number of women on company boards of any industry group in the world.
China Planning to Impose Higher Taxes on Rare Earths Supply
According to multiple reports, China plans to raise export taxes on its rare earths. The country is expected to release the details of the increase sometime in the second half of 2014. China has multiple problems related to its rare earths industry
China Seen Tightening its Stranglehold on Rare Earths Despite WTO Ruling
Anybody involved in Rare Rarth Elements hailed the ruling of the World Trade Organization when it said that China was illegally stockpiling REEs but the celebration was short-lived. The victory is largely ceremonial, according to analysts.
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