The significantly reduction of Chinese rare earth export quotas in 2010 makes the unremarkable product, rare earth, be concerned by the world and attract a lot of global investors.
What fresh rare earth policies will come out in China in 2011? What impacts will these policies exert on Chinese rare earth domestic and overseas markets? What kind of adjustment will be made in the sales structures for the exporters due to the tightening exporting quotas? On the condition of rare earth products prices soaring up, how to deal with these problems for foreign consumers? Over the past few years China has been concentrating on the re-seizure of rare earth international pricing determination right, and which steps will China be in 2011? What rare earth supply pattern will be in the world in 2013 with each country moving ahead on projects constructions of rare earths and trying its best to lunch its rare earth products into the market as soon as possible during 2011-2012?
Asian Metal successfully held the first International Rare Earth Summit in April 2010, with a wide range of response and participation in rare earth industry, and high attention from both domestic and international major media.
Here is the invitation of Asian metal to all related people in rare earth industry for the second International Rare Earth Summit 2011, and we believe the summit must be successful with your participation and Asian Metal’s leading positions and recognized brands in the global metal and steel research and consulting industry.