The Jamaican government has announced the discovery of an abundance of rare earth minerals in its soil by a team of Japanese scientists.
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Autonomous Danish territory is "too reliant" on fisheries and EU subsidies.
Molycorp is down 22% after putting on hold production expansion. Yesterday the miner gave money for a new $120 million institute tasked with finding alternatives to the very stuff it is mining.
Scientists from Japan plan to search the floor of the Pacific Ocean for rare earth deposits in bid to reduce the nation's dependence on China for the key industrial materials
These aren't the only countries facing creeping nationalization
if they manage to crack thorium, the world will need less oil, coal, and gas than feared.
Pele will receive its consideration in the form of 2.25-million Common Shares of Zara at an issue price of $0.10 per share.
WTO dispute over Chinese quotas was a meaningless exercise to begin with.
Rare industry continues to struggle with low prices and new supplies — China sets 2013 rare earth exports quotas
China sets 2013 rare earth exports quotas
Australian miner rockets 14% after saying first commercial rare earths available within weeks. Molycorp et al surge in sympathy.
The program, completed in Q4 2012, consisted of channel sampling, limited line cutting, limited radiometric survey, surface delimiting for future stripping and prospecting.
The company highlets high net present value (US$1.57 billion), high internal rate of return (53%) and a rapid payback period.
Cold-call sales reps offer investors dyprosium and yttrium by the kilo
Imports of rare earth minerals from China plunged in 2012, while Japan-sourced supplies more than tripled
Molycorp share prices sink to record lows following many difficulties last year, leaving the American rare earth producer a highly appealing takeover target
Greenland’s treasure trove of rare earth metals, the largest deposit outside of China, cannot be mined because the elements are connected to restricted radioactive materials.
Leading international relations expert says open warfare could break out between China and Japan next year
Midland Exploration Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed its previously announced private placement with Laurentian Bank Securities Inc.
Australia's Northern Minerals Ltd., formerly Northern Uranium Ltd., has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with a major global mining and chemicals player for future offtake of product from its Browns Range heavy rare earths project.
Tactics shift from frank expropriation of assets to increased royalties and stricter procurement requirements
"In a resource-constrained world, value creation moves towards the owners of resources" is the conclusion of a new report from McKinsey
Spate of ingestion-related incidents leads to calls for banning of novelty office toys
A Malaysian court dismissed an appeal against a temporary operating licence for Lynas Corp (ASX:LYC), an Australian rare earth miner, despite residents' opposition over alleged radioactive hazards.
Tokyo’s new governor, Naoki Inose, announced the city would subsidize companies joining a project to mine rare earth elements from the seabed off Minami-Torishima Island, to the southeast of Tokyo.
We need a lot more clarity regarding Japanese demand and Chinese supply.