Author: greendragon

Malaya joins China in "rare earth" industries. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2008-9-14 13:29:31 |Display all floors

Reply #7 huang262's post

The Amerikans just inform me indirectly that's it's "ECONOMIC WAR".

apparently, China has been making true to it's stated intention to reduce exports of "rare earths" in respond to crude oil prices increase orchestrated by the amerikan regime financial houses.

this has impact on the disk drive industries located in Singapore and now expanded to Penang as well.
With the "rare earth" facilities, the centre of business is protected!

gosh!

BUT WAIT  A MINUTE, the size of the market is increasing from 100,000tonnes to 180,000 tonnes to year 2012 due to the increase in electro mechanical devices expected.....i doubt there is any problems.


cheeerios!


Great new Industry for Malaya!

It's maybe another US$20 billion more in exports?


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Post time 2008-9-14 13:31:08 |Display all floors

..yes we are going to build MICROMOTORs etc.....

...as well in Malaya.

and the refineries, chemical industries needs it too!
afterall, China, indonesia as well as ASEAN core would have increase needs as well.



Great economic news!


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Post time 2008-9-14 13:32:07 |Display all floors

...and yup Hybrid cars needs a lot of large motors!

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Post time 2008-9-15 11:36:44 |Display all floors

Stranges such large investment are not announced yet in Malayan newspaper?

...but is on Forbes Magazine!

Strange to have such a strategic industry by courtesy of the British Club, i guess!


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