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  • Japan restricts foreign investment in rare metals such as tungsten, molybdenum and rare earths

    2021-08-25 18:04:45   【Print】
    Recently, the Japanese government is stepping up restrictions on foreign investment in 34 rare metals such as tungsten, molybdenum, rare earth, lithium, cobalt and indium, adding industries related to important minerals such as tungsten, molybdenum and rare earth to the key review object of foreign investment in the revised foreign exchange law, in order to minimize the vulnerability of the country's key raw material supply chain and improve the position of various industries in the country, such as automobiles, batteries, aircraft carriers, etc.Asian Metal CopyrightRecently, the Japanese government is stepping up restrictions on foreign investment in 34 rare metals such as tungsten, molybdenum, rare earth, lithium, cobalt and indium, adding industries related to important minerals such as tungsten, molybdenum and rare earth to the key review object of foreign investment in the revised foreign exchange law, in order to minimize the vulnerability of the country's key raw material supply chain and improve the position of various industries in the country, such as automobiles, batteries, aircraft carriers, etc.Asian Metal Copyright in the international market.
    .Asian Metal CopyrightRecently, the Japanese government is stepping up restrictions on foreign investment in 34 rare metals such as tungsten, molybdenum, rare earth, lithium, cobalt and indium, adding industries related to important minerals such as tungsten, molybdenum and rare earth to the key review object of foreign investment in the revised foreign exchange law, in order to minimize the vulnerability of the country's key raw material supply chain and improve the position of various industries in the country, such as automobiles, batteries, aircraft carriers, etc.Asian Metal Copyright
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