China to Lead the World in Rare Earth Patents

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The number of rare earth technology patents owned by China will exceed the US and other countries in the world by 2021. The foreign policy of the US media stated that before 1980, 99% of the world's heavy rare earth elements (REEs) were by-products produced by the United States in the process of mining titanium, zirconium and phosphate ores.

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Northern Dynasty to Challenge Pebble Copper-Gold-Molybdenum-Silver Project Permit Rejection

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In the Bristol Bay Basin, 320 kilometers southwest of Anchorage, the area where the Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum-silver mine would be built. Northern Dynasty will submit its request for an appeal of the US Army Corps of Engineers' (USACE's) negative record of decision (RoD) for its Alaska's Pebble copper-gold-molybdenum-silver project in January.

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Rare Earth Hydrogen Alloy Electrode for New Energy Storage

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Baotou Zhongke Xuanda New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as Zhongke Xuanda) establishes stable production of new rare earth hydrogen alloy electrode materials for energy storage with independent intellectual property rights in domestic. The process and product control system, as well as the products, are highly valued by various power battery manufacturers, according to the information of Baotou Rare Earth High-tech Zone.

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Bell Copper Finds Copper-Molybdenum Porphyry at Big Sandy

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Bell Copper Corporation announced that it has drilled into a new, large, and truncated copper-molybdenum porphyry target at its Big Sandy project, the porphyry is located in northwestern Arizona, approximately 30 kilometers south of the Company's Perseverance Project.

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China Tungsten Price Stops Rising in January Due to Continued Spread of Covid-19

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Analysis of latest tungsten market from Chinatungsten Online

China tungsten price is unchanged from the previous trading day on January 14, 2021 as market trading declines slightly. 

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China Rare Earth Price - January 15, 2021

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China rare earth price was strong in the week ended Friday January 15, 2021 due to tight supply of raw materials and increased consumption of magnetic material companies.

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China Molybdenum Market - January 15, 2021

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China molybdenum market was in a stalemate in the week ended on Friday January 15, 2021. With the influence of the stabilities in global economic market and geopolitical risks, international molybdenum prices fell slightly and the price in China also showed weak.

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High Offers from China Continued to Push Europe APT Prices up in Early January

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Analysis of latest tungsten market from Chinatungsten Online

The tungsten carbide powder and ammonium metatungstate (APT) prices in China are expected to stabilize in the short term. Although the supply in the market continue to be tight affected by power limit, environmental protection, a second wave of Covid-19 and low operating rate of factories, most consumers keep cautious sentiment and market activity start to decline. 

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China Rare Earth Price - January 14, 2020

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China rare earth price still maintains a steady upward trend on January 14, 2020. Under the intertwining of long and short factors, upstream merchants generally have a strong mentality of holding stocks and reluctant to sell them, while downstream users do not accept high-price resources and basically maintain just-need purchase. 

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Sodium Molybdate Price - January 14, 2020

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Molybdenum market quotation in China: sodium molybdate, ammonium molybdate and ammonium heptamolvbdate prices rise slightly on January 14, 2021 when insiders show different attitudes towards the outlook.

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