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  • garysnoop1 garysnoop1 Mar 5, 2013 9:37 AM Flag

    ALL THAT IS NEEDED TO KNOW IS..

    Put simply,
    The supply of graphite is being forcibly restricted by China.

    China already controls 69% of Graphite production. In the past they’ve been willing to export the graphite they didn’t need.

    But recently China has stopped exporting their graphite and instead started BUYING up all the graphite they can.

    China knows they’ll need a lot of graphite to supply their industrializing economy and see control of this vital resource as a strategic advantage.

    The International Resource Journal recently revealed the Chinese stranglehold that will drive prices higher: “You’ll see the Chinese authorities continue to tighten the rein around graphite and keep more of it for their own uses.”

    Reuters says China can’t be trusted to share graphite: They state, “Prices rose last year in part because of concerns that China, which controls 70% of global supply, will choke off exports as it did with rare earth metals.”

    China already controls 69% of Graphite production. In the past they’ve been willing to export the graphite they didn’t need.

    But recently China has stopped exporting their graphite and instead started BUYING up all the graphite they can.

    China knows they’ll need a lot of graphite to supply their industrializing economy and see control of this vital resource as a strategic advantage.

    The International Resource Journal recently revealed the Chinese stranglehold that will drive prices higher: “You’ll see the Chinese authorities continue to tighten the rein around graphite and keep more of it for their own uses.”

    Reuters says China can’t be trusted to share graphite: They state, “Prices rose last year in part because of concerns that China, which controls 70% of global supply, will choke off exports as it did with rare earth metals.”

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    The supply of graphite is being forcibly restricted by China.

    China already controls 69% of Graphite production. In the past they’ve been willing to export the graphite they didn’t need.

    But recently China has stopped exporting their graphite and instead started BUYING up all the graphite they can.

    China knows they’ll need a lot of graphite to supply their industrializing economy and see control of this vital resource as a strategic advantage.

    The International Resource Journal recently revealed the Chinese stranglehold that will drive prices higher: “You’ll see the Chinese authorities continue to tighten the rein around graphite and keep more of it for their own uses.”

    Reuters says China can’t be trusted to share graphite: They state, “Prices rose last year in part because of concerns that China, which controls 70% of global supply, will choke off exports as it did with rare earth metals.”

    Put simply,
    The supply of graphite is being forcibly restricted by China.

    China already controls 69% of Graphite production. In the past they’ve been willing to export the graphite they didn’t need.

    But recently China has stopped exporting their graphite and instead started BUYING up all the graphite they can.

    China knows they’ll need a lot of graphite to supply their industrializing economy and see control of this vital resource as a strategic advantage.

    The International Resource Journal recently revealed the Chinese stranglehold that will drive prices higher: “You’ll see the Chinese authorities continue to tighten the rein around graphite and keep more of it for their own uses.”

    Reuters says China can’t be trusted to share graphite: They state, “Prices rose last year in part because of concerns that China, which controls 70% of global supply, will choke off exports as it did with rare earth metals.”