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Exclusive-U.S. bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

By Ernest Scheyder - A bipartisan piece of legislation to be introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense 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 Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a
Exclusive-U.S. bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths
3 days ago|Washington, United States

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Exclusive-U.S. bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

A bipartisan piece of legislation to be introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense 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 Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a string of U.S. legislation seeking to thwart China's near control over the sector. It…

3 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
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pentagon: US bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

A bipartisan piece of legislation to be introduced in the US Senate on Friday would force defense 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 Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a string of US legislation seeking to thwart China's near control over the sector.

3 days ago|Mumbai, India
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Exclusive-U.S. bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

By Ernest Scheyder - A bipartisan piece of legislation to be introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense 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 Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a

3 days ago|United Kingdom
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US bill would block defence contractors from using Chinese rare earths

A bipartisan piece of legislation introduced in the US Senate on Friday 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 Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a string of US legislation seeking to thwart China’s near control over the sector.It essentially u…

3 days ago|Hong Kong
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US Bill Aims To End China's 'Chokehold' On America's Rare Earth Supplies

Two US senators have proposed a law aiming to end China's alleged "chokehold" on rare-earth metal supplies, a statement by the lawmakers said Friday. The law -- proposed by Democrat Mark Kelly and Republican Tom Cotton -- would aim to ensure the United States can guarantee its supplies of rare-earth minerals. "The Chinese Communist Party has a chokehold on global rare-earth element supplies, which are used in everything from batteries to fighter…

2 days ago|United States
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US Bill aims to end China's 'chokehold' on America's rare earth supplies

WASHINGTON: Two US senators have proposed a law aiming to end China's alleged "chokehold" on rare-earth metal supplies, a statement by the lawmakers said Friday (Jan 14). The law - proposed by Democrat Mark Kelly and Republican Tom Cotton - would aim to ensure the United States can guarantee its supplies o

2 days ago|Singapore
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US senators introduce bill to end China's 'chokehold' on America's rare earth supplies

Two senators in the United States have proposed a law aiming to end China's alleged "chokehold" on rare-earth metal supplies. The bill, sponsored by Senators Tom Cotton, an Arkansas Republican, and Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a string of US legislation seeking to thwart China's near control over the sector.

2 days ago|Noida, India
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Exclusive-U.S. bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

January 14, 2022By Ernest Scheyder(Reuters) – A bipartisan piece of legislation to be introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense 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 Mark Kelly, an Arizona Democrat, is the latest in a string of U.S. legislation seeking to …

3 days ago|San Diego, United States
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U.S. bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

A bipartisan piece of legislation to be introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense contractors to stop buying rare earths from China by 2026 and use the Pentagon to create a permanent stockpile of the strategic minerals. Read More

3 days ago|Canada
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US bill aims to end China's 'chokehold' on America's rare earth supplies

Two US senators have proposed a law aiming to end China's alleged "chokehold" on rare-earth metal supplies, a statement by the lawmakers said Friday.The law -- proposed by Democrat Mark Kelly and Republican Tom Cotton -- would aim to ensure the United States can guarantee its supplies of rare-earth minerals."The Chinese Communist Party has a chokehold on global rare-earth element supplies, which are used in everything from batteries to fighter j…

2 days ago|United States
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