Australian, Western, African Rare Earths Miners to Scramble Meeting China’s Supply Import Demand Needs

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That rare earths mining firms operating in Australia as well as in the U.S., Canada and other African nations will scramble to meet the impending supply import demand of China for the precious elements is no remote possibility.

China is poised to become a very big consumer and importer of some rare earths elements ( REE ) two years from now. And with a US$949 million budget to spend on purchasing the precious elements, it won't be surprising that the non-Chinese rare earths exploiters and producers jump on the bandwagon.

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