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China Expected to Push New Rare Earth Regulations
Mar 29,2013 18:08CST
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Source:SMM
The rare earth case against China launched by the WTO will be decided by the end of the year.

SHANGHAI, Mar. 29 (SMM) - The rare earth case against China launched by the WTO will be decided by the end of the year. Market players believe China will have little chance to win the case, and predict China's management system to the rare earth industry will change, with new regulations expected to be released.

According to market analyst Chen Jiazuo, China's rare earth industry should put emphasis on local utilization of rare earth and rare earth functional material. He said, rare earth market players generally lack confidence for China to win the WTO rare earth case, and that will cause China to change its management system. Existing management measures including quotas, taxes and qualifications will likely be eliminated, and new regulations will be released.
  
China will likely accelerate construction of rare earth groups, so that China's rare earth business can run in a way of marketization. (Edited by SMM)
 

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