China and Japan Looking for Rare Earths at the Bottom of the Ocean
They’ve looked on land, they’re looking in space, and now, they’re looking in the sea. When it comes to finding new stockpiles of rare earths, even the hardest-to-reach places are worth the effort.
China Looking to the Moon for the Next Rare Earths Stockpile
Anybody with knowledge or rare earths knows that China controls 90 percent of the market but there are some problems developing that is forcing the country to look for new sources of natural resources but it’s not looking where you would expect.
While it has its collective eye on Greenland and other sources, it’s looking to a place a little further away—the moon.
Greenland Takes Important Step Towards Rare Earths Mining
It wasn’t a front-page story but in the mining industry, the news was huge. Greenland’s 31-member parliament recently voted to remove the ban on the mining of radioactive materials such as uranium and thorium in response to a legislative amendment made in September.
Frontier CEO Believes Supply Deficit is Near
Recently, Frontier Rare Earths CEO James Kenny was interviewed about the state of the rare earths market for miningweekly.com. Here are some of the highlights from that interview.
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