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LIGNET: China Nixes Export of Metals Needed for America’s Defense

Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012 02:59 PM

By LIGNET Wires

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The United States, Japan and India are in a desperate hunt for 17 precious metals – metals that are essential to the defense and aerospace industries and that they aren’t going to be getting any more from China, the largest producer.

Click HERE to read the analysis from our experts at LIGNET.com.


Libya: Crisis-Plagued Government Struggles for Control

With the transitional government’s failure to impose order since taking control of Libya last November, the integrity of the upcoming elections are in doubt and a worst-case-scenario for Libya and North Africa is appearing more likely.

Click HERE to read the full analysis from intelligence experts at LIGNET.com.


China cuts of US Japan and India from essential metal resources
A front loader lifts soil containing rare earth minerals in Jiangsu, China. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)


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