EDITOR: | July 9th, 2020

Jack Lifton on the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on the rare earths sector

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“All producing mines have been at a standstill. Mines are extremely touchy about health and safety. Before anybody goes into a mine, they are drug tested because the mines do not want anybody who is drunk or high on a drug to go underground and endanger lives. When something like COVID occurs, they add that too. I am sure they are testing anybody who is going underground.” States critical materials expert Jack Lifton, in an interview with the Technology Metals Show hostess Tracy Weslosky.

Jack went on to advise on what people should do in the current market situation and where the rare earths market is heading.

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