Monthly Archives: March 2015

How close are our metal raw materials?

Researchers identify supply risk for 62 Whether important elements gallium, Chromium and rare earth - many metals are essential for modern technology. Where supply bottlenecks or shortages threaten, Now, researchers in the most comprehensive analysis of the criticality of 62 Elements … Continue reading

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DERA publishes new commodity list

NEWS 23.03.2015 | MARKET DERA publishes new commodity list German Resources Agency (DERA) has released the new DERA List of raw material to the global concentration of supply today. Around one third of its close 300 studied mineral resources and commercial products have increased in this regard price- and delivery risks. To them … Continue reading

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China makes rare earths attractive again

13.03., 10:21 Hasso Bergmann No day without new news from China on the economic situation and the measures taken by the Government. We no day without Dax records and discussions on the impact of financial repression and Draghi's bond-purchase program, which has now begun. So the EU … Continue reading

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NEW LAW fight the electrical

THORSTEN Knuf The federal government introduces a bill on the EU model. Thus, traders will be required, withdraw discarded electrical appliances again. To 2019 must 65 Percent of e-waste is recycled. In many basements or closets plenty of storage old electrical appliances - such as … Continue reading

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Despite all the problems: Rare Earth - Starts a recovery?

Bjoern Junker - 11 3 2015 It says a lot about the state of the rare earth industry, that the third-largest company outside of China - the owner of one of the most important projects for so-called heavy rare earths - with less than 100 My. Dollar is evaluated. … Continue reading

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China's market share for rare earths decreases noticeably

China loses so important for the industrial rare earth ground: Four years ago, the country had just having a market share of 98 Percent a monopoly - now there is some competition. China maintains rare in the production … Continue reading

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Distributors must take back old electronic devices in the future

A new bill of Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks (SPD) wishes to impose trade in the future, take back your old electrical appliances when purchasing an equivalent new device. The German government plans to reform the electric Act, more valuable metals from old devices such as mobile phones, Toasters or modem … Continue reading

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