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location Norway: New business opportunities for German companies

Innovation Norway and the German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce invite you to information session on business opportunities in Norway: Date & Place: 14. June 2016 in Munich, Haus der Bayerischen Wirtschaft During the event you will meet national experts, the importance of business location Norway … Continue reading

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Erfolgreiche Chile-Reise für Bergbau-Unternehmen

Ein Forum mit rund 200 Teilnehmern in Santiago stellte den Höhepunkt einer Geschäftsanbahnungsreise für deutsche Unternehmen dar, die vom 29. Juni bis 3. Juli nach Chile führte. Das Thema des Forums lautete Prozessoptimierung im Bergbau: Machinery, Fördertechnik und Automatisierung. There are … Continue reading

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Neues Projekt sucht Investor/en

Das deutsche Institut für Seltene Erden und Metalle e.V. ist weltweit ein Begriff, wenn es um Preise für Seltene Erden, Nebenmetalle und Isotope geht. Metallhändler haben mehrfach angefragt, ob es keinen wöchentlich aktualisierten Preisspiegel für diese rund 120 Metalle in … Continue reading

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Begehrte Metalle aus alten Lampen

Von Bernd Schlupeck Wissenschaftler in Sachsen haben ein chemisches Verfahren entwickelt, um Seltene Erden kostengünstig aus Leuchtstoffschlämmen der Lampenproduktion und Leuchtstoffpulver alter Röhren zu gewinnen. Seltene Erden sind nicht unbedingt seltene, aber oft teure Rohstoffe, die in nahezu allen Hochtechnologieprodukten … Continue reading

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Zölle auf Seltene Erden werden abgeschafft

Ausfuhrabgaben auf seltene Erden werden am 1. Mai abgeschafft – dies gab das chinesische Finanzministerium am Donnerstag in einer Erklärung bekannt. Ein Schachzug, der laut Analysten Chinas Exporte der seltenen Ressource anregen wird. Auf Seltene Erden (SE) – eine Gruppe … 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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Freiberger win rare earth phosphor from waste

by Heiko Weckbrodt on 4. December 2014 The method is now used in lighting company Narva Freiberg, 4. December 2014: Every day in Germany actually strategically important raw materials such as the "rare earth" worth several thousand euros in underground landfills as hazardous … Continue reading

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Rare earth: Russia wants to make China competition

17. October 2014 Darja Cases, RBTH Russia urges on the market for the most coveted rare earth metals. So far, there still dominate the Chinese. A developed at the Ural Federal University, unique mining technology could help, to change the. Scientists at the … Continue reading

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Rare earth: Why China buys en masse?

Author: Clemens Narrow China is the world's largest producer of rare earths and now buys less from themselves huge amounts of metals from. What's behind it? The Chinese have a market share of 90% for rare earths. They lack … Continue reading

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Öko-Institut für fordert Recycling System Seltene Erden

Whenever a hard drive or a DVD player lands in Germany in the garbage, lost rare earth metals. For the Öko-Institut this waste is not acceptable. It calls for a recycling system for the expensive commodity. A small disk of the company … Continue reading

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