Japan just found a ‘semi-infinite’ deposit of rare-earth minerals — and it could be a ‘game-changer’ in competition with China

Scientists found a deposit of rare-earth minerals off the coast of Japan. It could be a huge boon to the country’s economy. Because China has tightly controlled the world’s supply of these minerals — which are used in everything from smartphones to …
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