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Conference Overview

Prices for key groups of rare earths have tumbled since 2014 as a result of oversupply and a slowing economy. The global rare earths market is starting to show signs of a recovery, with China’s rare earths exports growing significantly in the first four months of 2016 compared with the same period last year, and prices stabilizing gradually.

The future prospects for rare earths markets will be a key topic of debate at the Argus Rare Earths 2016 conference. In partnership with CCCMC, the conference will also explore the economics behind the global supply chain, emerging opportunities from downstream applications, evolving demand from consumers as well as the dynamics of China’s rare earths market.

Why you should attend the event?

  • Argus Rare Earth Conferences attract 100-200 delegates annually from global producers, traders, consumers and others
  • Gain access to the premier market intelligence that helps you shape your business decisions
  • Discover the latest trends from China’s key market players and associations
  • Meet with the major global players including producers and consumers from primary sectors of key applications

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Join Argus and other senior level market participants to network and do business at the event of the year

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Hastings Technology Metals Ltd

Maboumine Eramet Comilog

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A site visit to Hangzhou Permanent Magnet Group on 27 Oct 2016 (Thursday).  Join us on this unique tour to a downstream consumer of rare earth materials (NdFeB)

* Registration will be on a first come, first served basis