2011 began with a 35% YOY drop in Chinese rare earth export quotas and further speculation of higher short-term prices. Purchasing has been slow to pick up in January, however, as REE consumers take time to digest the new supply limits.
Share prices of many prospective rare earth mining companies have continued to surge while investors remain mixed as to what direction the market will take long-term.
With the rare earth market still in a period of volatility, don't miss Asian Metal's upcoming International Rare Earth Summit 2011. The conference will be the first and only event held outside of China to include major international consumers, traders, and mining groups, as well as Chinese suppliers and producers. The conference will address the question: what is next for the rare earth industry?
Specific topics include:
- Rare earths and the global supply chain
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With 2010 already coming to a close, and the new 2011 export quotas soon to be announced, topics at the conference will focus on new supply-side and end-user strategies. Utilizing our extensive network across the world, Asian Metal will provide unique perspectives on the rare earth market from North America, Europe, and most importantly, Asia.
The conference promises to be of interest from an investment standpoint as well, with nearly all of the major public rare earth corporations worldwide represented.
Potential for sponsorship is available through a variety of methods. Asian Metal is committed to working with companies to fit their needs and budget. To discuss opportunities on sponsoring part of the conference, contact our Phil Arnheim in our US office at 412-880-5303 or e-mail email@example.com or Maryann Zhang in our Beijing office at +86 10-59080011, extension 835 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Rare earth suppliers, producers
- Related industries (electronics, magnets, catalysts)
- Institutional/individual investors
Asian Metal Pittsburgh Office
Asian Metal Beijing Office
+86 10-59080011 extension 835