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China and the Future of Rare Earth Elements

MIN READOct 13, 2010 | 11:21 GMT

Dark colored mineral Molybdenite and the metal contained within the mineral called Molybdenum.

Dark colored mineral Molybdenite and the metal contained within the mineral called Molybdenum, found in a rock on a scree slope, left over from mining days, in the vicinity of old mining shafts, located in Shing Mun Country Park, Hong Kong on February 24, 2017.

(Photo by Antony Dickson/South China Morning Post via Getty Images)

China's suspension of rare earth elements (REE) exports to Japan offers Stratfor an opportunity to examine the future of industries dependent upon these elements. (With STRATFOR graphics)...

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