Sojitz’s objective to meet Japan’s rare earths needs
Dec 02, 2010 | 01:01 PM
Japanese trading house Sojitz Corp. said it plans to supply Japan with up to half its annual rare earths needs—or some 15,000 tonnes per year—by 2013.
Last week the company announced it had reached an agreement with Australia's Lynas Corp. to offtake at least 9,000 tonnes per year.....
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