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Sunday, October 31, 2010

After China’s Rare Earth Embargo, a New Calculus

The rare earth mine in California was closed due to environmental issues.  I did not realize how dirty the mining in China was.  Its smart of the Chinese government uses blow torches on the illegal mining equipment to make sure it does not get used again.I am not sure if its about environmentalism as much about controlling the exports of the rare earths.

After China’s Rare Earth Embargo, a New Calculus - NY Times



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