Rare Earths: What alternatives are there to Chinese supply for the global industry?

China accounts for around 77% of global rare earth production. Production at operations outside of China is limited to a small number of locations although there are multiple projects under development in Australia, Canada, the USA and Africa.

David gives a brief overview of some of the key questions facing the rare earths market, all of which are covered in detail in Roskill’s new report:

Rare Earths: Outlook to 2029, 19th Edition

  • How is the Chinese domestic industry forecast to develop?
  • Where will future sources of rare earths be located? *
  • How have trade restrictions impacted global rare earth supply chains?
  • How will growth in REE magnet demand impact the rare earth market?

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