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    Canada and the U.S. plan to reduce their reliance on Chinese rare-earth minerals

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    Of the 35 minerals the U.S. deems critical to its economic and national security, China was the top supplier for 13 of them in 2018 and the top producer for nearly 20. Senior officials from both sides of the border are now drafting a “joint action plan” to find other ways of obtaining the material, such as through strategic investments in North American mining facilities, according to documents obtained by The Globe and Mail. (Globe and Mail)

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