A rare earth metals mine in Nanchang county, in China’s eastern Jiangxi province. The country accounts for 90 per cent of the global supply of rare earth elements. Photo: Reuters

Explainer: Can the US take back some control of rare earths from China?

  • Beijing, as the lowest cost producer, can lower prices to put emerging rivals out of business
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A rare earth metals mine in Nanchang county, in China’s eastern Jiangxi province. The country accounts for 90 per cent of the global supply of rare earth elements. Photo: Reuters
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