So when we read that Trump's tariffs are taking effect, there's a certain schadenfreude.
An interesting article in the South China Morning Post (SCMP) highlights how China is shifting their procurement priority from minerals used in manufacturing (cobalt, copper) to the acquisition of food and agriculture products....
Maybe some US interests could buy back the Mountain Pass mining operation from the ChiComs. They can use the cash, and ya'know, 'strategic minerals' might be useful to the US, ain'a?
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