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The TRADIUM-Newsletter No. 50: Slump in prices of Rare Earths

Chinese Government already announced a few weeks ago that as a result of the adverse ruling by the WTO panel the existing export duties will be cancelled as of May 01, 2015. Depending on the element the export duty ranged from...[more]


The TRADIUM-Newsletter No. 49: The calm before the storm?

After the Chinese New Year prices for most elements moved up sharply. New activities from Fanya along with speculation for another program of national stockpiling drove prices up. But so far Chinese Government has not made any...[more]


The TRADIUM-Newsletter No. 48: World politics move focus on real assets

Not a single day without news regarding China’s economy and its Governmental decisions. In Germany the DAX faces one record after another followed by discussions on the effects of the financial repressions and Draghi’s programme...[more]


The TRADIUM-Newsletter No. 47: Strategic metals on the test bench

After having cancelled export quotas Beijing have announced to also cancel the export duties in a next step to follow WTO ruling. Export duties range from 15 to 25% depending on the element.[more]


The TRADIUM-Newsletter No. 46: China abolishes export quotas for rare earths – No major impact expected on markets

Of no real surprise comes the Chinese decision to follow the WTO rule after having lost a dispute in March 2014. As a consequence the Chinese Government will abolish its export quotas for rare earths that were in place for more...[more]

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