The Port of Long Beach in California. US and Chinese tariffs will drive up ‘the price to the end consumer’, Nanosys president and chief executive Jason Hartlove said. Photo: AFP

Nanosys, Californian maker of rare earths alternative, could be hit by tariffs on both ends of US-China trade war

  • Nanosys develops alternatives for rare earths used in televisions, flat-panel displays
  • ‘Significant’ portion of its quantum dot products are shipped to China and face tariffs
Topic |   US-China tech war

TOP PICKS

The Port of Long Beach in California. US and Chinese tariffs will drive up ‘the price to the end consumer’, Nanosys president and chief executive Jason Hartlove said. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE
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
Topic |   Rare Earths

TOP PICKS

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
READ FULL ARTICLE