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ZIM Sovereign Rate Overview: "Bonafide" -- May 6, 2017



Source: Dinar Chronicles

Africa is ancient.


The oldest known continent on the earth's surface. As such, many of its sub-terrainian rock formations are incredibly dense and loaded with valuable minerals.

Now the term "Rare Earth Element" (REE) is commonly used to describe 15 chemically similar, lanthanide elements which appear together towards the bottom of the Periodic Table. 

2 other elements, yttrium and scandium, which have similar chemical properties, are often also referred to as rare earths.

REEs can be divided into "light" rare earths and "heavy" rare earths, both are present to varying degrees in all rare earth deposits.

REEs are therefore recovered and processed together before sequential separation into individual rare earth elements.

Prices for individual REEs in pure oxide form can vary significantly with, generally speaking, the heavy rare earths trading at higher values.

The oxides produced from processing rare earths are collectively referred to as rare earth oxides.

Although REEs are relatively common in the earth’s crust, they often do not occur in high enough concentrations, or occur along with high levels of radioactive elements to make their extraction economic.

The oxides that are produced from processing the rare earth elements constitute the basic material that can be sold to the market or further processed into metals or alloys.

At present almost all rare earth metal production comes from China and Mongolia, with Chinese output accounting for over 95% of global production.

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