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21 September 2010 By Martin Hutchinson

PRC producers dominate the market, and a sharp cut in export quotas has sent prices soaring. That s a blow to hightech industrial users of the metals elsewhere and a reminder that the assumptions that make globalization beneficial can easily be thrown off.

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