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Chapter One Rare Earth Industry Overview
Chapter Two Rare Earth Technical Specification and Manufacturing Process
Chapter Three Rare Earth Industry Chain Overview
Chapter Four Key Rare Earth Oxides Production Analysis    56
4.1 La2O3    56
4.2 CeO2    59
4.3 Pr6O11    63
4.4 Nd2O3    66
4.5 Sm2O3    70
4.6 Eu2O3    73
4.7 Gd2O3    76
4.8 Tb4O7    79
4.9 Dy2O3    82
4.10 Y2O3    85
4.11 Ho2O3    88
4.12 Er2O3    91
4.13 Tm2O3    93
4.14 Yb2O3    96
4.15 Lu2O3    99
Chapter Five 2009-2014 Rare Earth Production Supply Sale Demand Market Status and Forecast
Chapter Six Key Manufacturers Research
6.1 Baotou Steel Rare Earth    120
6.2 Guangdong Rising Nonferrous Metal Group    128
6.3 Xiamen Tungsten    133
6.4 China Minmentals Rare Earth    137
6.5 China Nonferrous Metal Industry    141
6.6 Aluminum Cooperation of China    146
6.7 Jiangxi Copper Corporation    151
6.8 HongKong China Rare Earth    154
6.9 Leshan Shenghe Rare Earth    159
6.10 Ganzhou Qiandong Rare Earth    162
6.11 Gansu Rare Earth    166
6.12 Baotou Xinyuan Rare Earth    170
6.13 Jiangsu G
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