Get up to speed with one of the big issues facing mining at the moment, how the US-China trade war could affect the global supply of rare earth elements, the majority of which are currently supplied by China.
Friday 5th July
3:00pm GMT / 10am EST
(Get up to speed with our introduction to rare earth elements.)
This is a free webinar from Mining Beacon/Mines and Money.
As trade tensions between the US and China continue to develop, questions around resource supply are coming to the fore. Once again everyone is talking about Rare Earth Elements and their supply/demand dynamics.
Will China raise increase the price of rare earths metals? Will the west need to seek alternate sources of supply? And if so, does this harken a boom for the rare earths metals sector?
In this 45 minute webinar, Mines and Money Head of Content Andrew Thake will sit down with leading rare earths metals expert Clint Cox, President of The Anchor House, to discuss:
- The importance of rare earths metals
- How the recent re-emergence of interest in rare earths metals differs from the last wave of interest
- The impact of the US-China Trade War on rare earths metals supply
- The regions which may step in to cover China’s rare earths metals supply
- and more
Not able to attend the webinar live? Register your details, and we will send you a copy of the recording once the webinar has taken place.
About Clint Cox
Clint Cox founded The Anchor House, Inc. in 1995 as an investment advisory firm specializing in unique situations. In 2005, he began researching the Rare Earth Element (REE) market and began solely focusing on the REE market from 2006. Mr. Cox has been to over 100 rare earth sites and facilities worldwide and has spoken at many industry events, consulted with various government agencies, and has worked with a variety of clients throughout the REE supply chain. Mr. Cox graduated with a B.A. in English from Colgate University in 1993 (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa), and is currently pursuing his PhD from Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic.