US bill would block defence contractors from using Chinese rare earths

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US bill would block defence contractors from using Chinese rare earths

Australia-based miners could benefit.

A bipartisan piece of legislation introduced in the US Senate would force defence contractors to stop buying rare earths from China by 2026 and use the Pentagon to create a permanent stockpile of the strategic minerals. The bill, sponsored by Senators Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, and ...

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