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Rare Earth Metals Staging a Comeback?
Wall Street Daily
Rocketing prices a few years ago sent manufacturers scrambling for lower-cost alternatives, causing the bottom to fall out of virtually every rare earth ...
Positive outlook for Australia's rare earths industry
Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
The rare earths industry has a long-term future owing to varied and advanced applications of the commodities, particularly in green products and new ...
Metals US purification business has big plans for Missoula
The Missoulian
Rare earth metals, 17 chemical elements in the periodic table, are found in everything from iPhones to electric car batteries. Despite the name, rare ...
Light Rare Earth Elements Market Driven by Recycling and Reuse of Rare Earth Metals - New ...
PR Web (press release)
Rare earth metals, or rare earth elements (REEs), are a relatively abundant group of seventeen elements found in the periodic table. The rare earth ...
Parnell signs bill to boost Bokan, Niblack mine projects
The bill authorizes $145 million in infrastructure and construction financing for the Bokan-Dotson Ridge rare earths mine and $125 million in similar ...

ABN Newswire
Avalon Announces $2.0 Million Non-Brokered Private Placement
Avalon Rare Metals Inc. ( TSX :AVL) ( NYSE MKT :AVL) ("Avalon" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that ... and other eligible exploration work on Avalon's 100% owned Nechalacho Rare Earth Elements Property, Thor Lake, ...
Arafura fills in the economic gaps as it still targets 2016 green light
When you consider what rare earth hopefuls have been through over the past ... rare earth sector, the struggles of Molycorp and Lynas (and having a rare earths mix not too dissimilar to those two), is Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU).

China Maintains Quotas for Heavy Rare Earths, Tungsten
China set mining quotas for heavy rare earths and tungsten at the same levels as last year as the world's largest producer seeks to control mining and ...

China won't bow in rare-earth battle
Smartphones, tablet computers and many other high-technology products all rely on rare-earth elements. At present, some 85 percent of the world's ...
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