SHANGHAI, Jul 5 (SMM) - The Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources recently announced on its official website that the government has discovered 694 million mt of rare earth elements in the Beylikova region of Eskişehir, Turkey. Energy and Natural Resources Minister Fatih said that the drilling work started in 2011 and that the samples collected were fully analysed, leading to the discovery of 694 million mt of rare earth elements. Fatih disclosed that the construction of industrial facilities is expected to start this year after the relevant R&D work is completed, with the ultimate goal of producing high value-added products.
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