Rare-earth metals: The new China syndrome

- March 17th, 2010

Canadianbusiness.com reported that Rare-earth metals: The new China syndrome:

Canadianbusiness.com reported that Rare-earth metals: The new China syndrome:

Each rare earth metal has unique properties, applications and markets. Neodymium and samarium find use in alloys for magnets and lasers, europium in television screens, praseodymium in electric motors, and so on. One common thread is that many are critical ingredients in a broad array of high-tech and green-tech devices, from superconductors to hybrid car batteries to missile guidance systems to wind turbines. Hence, their profound strategic significance.

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