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Newssummary: China’s Ganzhou Progresses in Crackdown on Illegal Rare Earth Mining
Apr 29,2014 14:24CST
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Local government of Ganzhou city, Jiangxi province, clamped down 233 illegal rare earth mining sites, 104 of which in Anyuan County, in its three-month crackdown efforts since last June.

SHANGHAI, Apr. 29 (SMM) – Local government of Ganzhou city, Jiangxi province, clamped down 233 illegal rare earth mining sites, 104 of which in Anyuan County, in its three-month crackdown efforts since last June, local media reported. 

Ganzhou, which stores about 40% of the country's most valuable ion-type rare earth minerals, has spearheaded a countrywide drive against illegal exploration, helping to stabilize rare earth prices, the report said. 
 
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