John C. Lawrence, the Founder and CEO of United States Antimony Corporation (UAMY), Interviews with The Wall Street TranscriptYahoo 04/14 12:11 ET
The United States and China have both appealed against recent rulings in disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO), filings published by the WTO showed on Friday. The United States said it wanted to correct some legal issues in a case that it brought jointly with the European Union and Japan, handing China a heavy defeat over its restrictions on exports of rare earth metals. The filing said the U.S. concerns would not need to be dealt with if there was no appeal from China. China has not appealed the ruling, but it still has time to do so, with a 60 day window from the time of the ruling on March 26.
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Event Includes A Tour of The Mountain Pass Rare Earth Production Facility GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. (April 9, 2014) -- Molycorp, Inc. (NYSE: MCP) today announced that it will host an Investor Analyst Day ...
This miner may be getting some help from an unexpected source -- the Federal Reserve
* China loses WTO case over export controls * Molycorp, Lynas to ramp up output from new mines LONDON, March 26 (Reuters) - Rare earth elements will drop further in value this year as new mines boost output and after China lost a trade dispute over its export controls, while demand in high-tech products disappoints. Prices of the 17 elements used in technologies such as smartphones and electric cars have mostly been stuck in tight ranges after skyrocketing and then tumbling in 2010-2011.
Incremental production could help Molycorp break even this year.