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Elementary lessons

25 October 2018 By Pete Sweeney

Beijing is limiting output of tough-to-mine minerals like cerium and neodymium, starving foreign buyers of key ingredients used in electronics and weapons. It’s a drastic escalation that will punish profit margins, and yet an overdue rush to develop new supply will come too late.

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