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Common ground

12 April 2012 By Kevin Allison

High rare earth prices won’t last forever. Beijing’s drive to shut dirty smelters may support prices near term. But miners elsewhere will be better placed as Chinese producers are held to higher standards. As new mines come online, greater competition should bring prices down.

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