The main card of the rare earth is unimaginably strong: Shaken by every corner of the market if China "pulls the trigger"

Chinese media over time suggested measures to retaliate against Washington, by freezing rare earth exports to the United States as a trump ...


Chinese media over time suggested measures to retaliate against Washington, by freezing rare earth exports to the United States as a trump card in trade war.
Important products in a wide range of essential areas

Rare earths are used as raw materials for many items, such as washing machines and cars. Therefore, once the "rare earth war" is launched, it will affect many industries and fields.

Bloomberg said, after reviewing a number of sectors and manufacturing and manufacturing industries that need to use rare earth as raw materials, the first affected product is the energy industry. Rare earths can be used as catalysts for oil refining. In fact, the related industries are the main market for buying rare earths. In addition, the production of wind, solar and nuclear power plants are all sectors with high demand for rare earths.

Rare earths can be used on wind turbines, solar panels and other products.

The second category is automotive parts, including wiper parts, ABS, airbags, power windows, power steering wheel steering and exhaust exhaust devices.

Currently, the production of permanent magnet motors for electric and hybrid electric vehicles using rare earth metals is expected to be affected.

However, some Japanese car dealers have begun to develop new production methods and look for new factors to reduce dependence on demand for rare earths.

The third item is household goods. Because rare earths are mainly used to make magnets, it expands many household items. It includes: TVs, digital cameras, mobile phones, dishwashers, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, ...
In addition, light bulbs, even glass and mirrors, are available for rare earth materials.

The fourth item is Apple's electronic products, Apple's main products such as iPhone, iPad, Mac, ... all use rare earth as raw materials.

Currently, major rare earth producing countries are China, America, Australia and India, of which China is the largest exporter.

Although Apple did not disclose the main origin of the rare earth that made its products, it was generally speculated that most of the origin came from China.

Apple has issued plans to replace rare earths with recycling parts two years ago. But it is currently only used on a few products, like the latest MacBook Air and Mac mini.

The last item is the US military. Rare earths can be used in tank production and production of new fighting vehicle spare parts.

In addition, patrol missiles Tomahawk, Stryker armored vehicles and F-35 Lightning II fighters all use rare earth elements in their manufacturing processes. In particular, only the fifth generation F-35 Lightning II stealth aircraft need to use 420 kg of rare earth materials.

Chinese President Xi Jinping inspects Jiangxi Province at the end of May 2019 (Photo: Xinhua)

China sends a signal to "ultimate weapon"

The US Department of Defense had to propose the government to increase its budget to strengthen the field of domestic rare earth production and reduce the risk of reliance on rare earth resources from China.

Meanwhile, Chinese Ministry of Commerce spokesman Cao Phong said on May 30 that the country is ready to supply rare earth to serve the needs of other countries, but will "not accept" any country. taking advantage of rare earth products produced by China to turn back China.

Xinhua News Agency on May 29 published the title editorial "The US is in danger of losing the supply of rare earth during the commercial war", in which Beijing still has many "cards" to fight the United States.

Last week, Chinese President Xi Jinping toured a technology company in Jiangxi Province. The trip was announced to understand the company's production and operation process and the development of the region's rare earth industry. The move is believed to send a clear message to the US about China's dominance in the rare earth market.

China is a producer of more than 95% of global rare earth production, and accounts for 80% of the rare earth that the US imports, making this item the "ultimate weapon" Beijing holds in the war, as well as being considered a trump card of China to force America to return to negotiations.
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