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The great graphite gamble

IN 2010 the world received a taste of China’s critical minerals power when it cut off rare earths supply to Japan over a dispute regarding a group of uninhabited islands.

The great graphite gamble

      Right, lesson learned: the West (and Japan) need to build their own rare earths supply chain, from mining to (at least) production of metals and alloys (or so we thought).    Well, 13 years...

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