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China Rare Earth Holdings Posts HY Profit Attributable HK$13.9 MLN
China Rare Earth Holdings Posts FY Loss Attributable Of HK$5.4 Mln
China Rare Earth Holdings Posts HY Loss Attributable HK$11.4 MLN
China Rare Earth Holdings Limited is a Hong Kong-based investment holding company engaged in the manufacture and sales of rare earth and refractory products. The Company mainly operates through two segments. Rare Earth segment is engaged in the manufacture and sales of rare earth products. The rare earth products include metal oxides and fluorescent products, such as phosphor for lamps, yttrium oxide phosphor grade and yttrium europium oxide phosphor grade, among others. Refractory segment is engaged in the manufacture and sales of refractory products. The refractory products include high temperature ceramics products and magnesium grains. The Company operates businesses in China, European countries, Japan and America, among others.
Dingshu Town, Yixing City
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Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
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Lap Tak Law
Financial Controller, Company Secretary
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China's rare earth exports bounced back in December from a four-and-a-half-year low the previous month as buyers ramped up purchases ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday, though annual shipments still sank to their lowest in four years, hit by weaker global manufacturing...
The city of Ganzhou in China's southeastern province of Jiangxi has launched an exchange for spot transactions in rare earths and minor metals, according to a report posted by the Association of China Rare Earth Industry on Thursday.
China's exports of rare earth magnets to the United States fell 21.2% month-on-month, customs data showed on Wednesday, as improving trade relations between the two countries reduced demand for stockpiling.
* China rare earth association accuses U.S. of 'bullying' (Adds year-to-date number, background)
Chinese rare earth prices are set to climb further beyond multi-year highs hit following a flurry of state media reports that Beijing could weaponize its supply-dominance of the prized minerals in its trade war with Washington.
European shares slid on Wednesday as Chinese newspapers warned it could squeeze its supply of rare earth elements to hit the United States, sending jitters through the markets and prompting investors to flee for safer ground.
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