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China has removed its export quotas for rare earths as it moves to comply with a World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling made last year. The country lost a case at the WTO in March 2014 after the United States, European Union and Japan had complained that China was limiting exports in a bid to drive up prices. During the hearing a WTO panel ruled that China had failed to show the export quotas were justified..........Click for more
Kennametal Inc is planning to move the tungsten carbide powder production operations from its Kingston facility in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA, to a state-of-the-art facility in Huntsville, Alabama. The proposed move is part of an integration of recent acquisitions which included the purchase of the Huntsville site and tungsten materials business from Allegheny Technologies Inc in 2013.....Click for more
Canadian New Energy/Electronic Materials Corporation (Cnem), based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, has been appointed North American distributor for Jinchuan Group, China's largest nickel producer. Cnem will be responsible for sales of the group's line of carbonyl nickel powders.....Click for more
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The International HIP committee (IHC) presented its ‘HIP Parts of Excellence’ award winners at HIP’14, the 11th International Conference on Hot Isostatic Pressing, Stockholm, Sweden, June 9-13. Electrical Power Research Institute received an award for its 316L stainless steel Powder Metallurgy HIPed nuclear valves....Click for more
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