Argus Rare Earths 2016

A session at Argus Rare Earths 2016

Argus Rare Earths 2016
Venue: Midtown Shangri-la, Hangzhou, China
Date: 25-27 October 2016

Key Topics of Debate:

1. What are the economics of supplying rare earths at current prices?

2. Will China’s combined efforts in industrial
consolidation, illegal production crackdown and stockpile purchasing be able to solve the fundamental issue of an imbalance between supply and demand?

3. To what extent will China’s policy-driven new energy sector and infrastructure expansion plans drive up rare earths demand and bring the market back into balance?

4. What are the true drivers of future rare earths markets, in light of rapidly evolving technological advancements across the globe?

2016 Special:

The event will also feature a unique site visit to one of China’s NdFeB permanent magnet
factories in Hangzhou on 27th October 2016

Standard: USD 2000
Early Bird: USD 1700
Site Visit: USD 200

Speakers: Nigel Tunna, Joanne Jia, Mark Seddon, Chen Zhanheng, Shri D. Singh, Zhao Lili, Josh Wright, Shigeo Nakamura, Nabeel A Mancheri, Tang Yin Xuan, Gao Yuan

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Argus Rare Earths 2016

China China, Hangzhou

25th27th October 2016

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