So far, rare earths processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp. Photo: ReutersSo far, rare earths processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp. Photo: Reuters
So far, rare earths processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp. Photo: Reuters

Russia eyes US$1.5 billion plan to rival China’s dominance in rare earths

  • So far, rare earth processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia, operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp
  • Russia’s initiative is in line with other countries, including the United States, which are also trying to curb their reliance on China

Topic |   Russia
So far, rare earths processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp. Photo: ReutersSo far, rare earths processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp. Photo: Reuters
So far, rare earths processing is almost totally controlled by China, with the exception a plant in Malaysia operated by Australia’s Lynas Corp. Photo: Reuters
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