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Rare Earth Metals Market

Market Insights on Rare Earth Metals covering sales outlook, demand forecast & up-to-date key trends

Rare Earth Metals Market By Application Type (Catalysts, Permanent Magnets, Metallurgy & Alloys, Polishing, Glass), Metal Type (Neodymium, Yttrium, Dysprosium, Terbium, Europium, Cerium) & Region - Forecast 2021 - 2031

Rare Earth Metals Market Snapshot

[187 pages Report]  Global rare earth metals market is projected to expand at 6% CAGR during the forecast period 2021-2031. The market value will exceed US$ 3,818.8 Mn, registering sales of 14,378 tons in 2021.

Rare earth metals sales will continue increasing in China, steered by increasing production of hybrid and electronic vehicles. As per FMI, China, followed by the U.S. and Australia will be the key producers in the market owing to presence of several key market players.

Despite a period of tepid growth amid restriction imposed due to COVID-19 outbreak, sales are poised to recover. The report forecasts rare earth metal demand to grow by 3% between 2020 and 2021.

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Rare Earth Metals Market Key Points Covered

  • Rare Earth Metals Market estimates and forecast 2021-2031
  • Key drivers and restraints impacting market growth
  • Segment-wise, Country-wise, and Region-wise Analysis
  • Competition Mapping and Benchmarking
  • Brand share and Market Share Analysis
  • Key Product Innovations and Regulatory Climate
  • COVID-19 Impact on Rare Earth Metals market and how to Navigate
  • Recommendation on Key Winning Strategies

Rare Earth Metals Market Historic Sales Compared to 2021-2031 Forecast Outlook

Demand for rare earth metals has been rising significantly due to favorable investment and government policies encouraging the expansion of automobile and electronic industries in various regions.

Driven by increasing sales of electronic vehicles and rapid urbanization across the globe, the rare earth metals market expanded at 3% CAGR during 2016-2020.

Electronic and hybrid vehicles are gaining immense popularity across developed regions due to rising environmental concerns and increasing per capita expenditure. This will continue driving the rare earth metal demand because of their application in vehicle production.

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Rare earth metals such as neodymium and dysprosium are used in rare earth permanent magnets. These magnets find key applications in automotive batteries, conventional as well as hybrid.

Besides this, application in wind turbines, electronics, and oil & gas industries will continue rising owing to their high-performance and impressive magnetic strength. Spurred by these factors rare earth metals sales are expected to surge at 6% CAGR between 2021 and 2031.

How Will Increasing Electronic Vehicle Sales Affect the Rare Earth Metals Market?

Hybrid and electronic vehicles are acquiring manufacturers’ and consumers’ attention across the globe. Rapid industrialization and increasing per capita expenditure in developing countries are creating conducive environment for electric vehicle sales.

Increasing application of rare earth metals in electronic vehicle batteries and other electronic components in the automotive industry will remain a chief growth driver. FMI underscores Asia Pacific as a lucrative pocket. Sales within the region will continue rising, especially in South Korea, China, and India.

With focus on reducing petroleum reliance on the rise, market players will have impressive prospects to capitalize on. Some of the leading manufacturers are seeking eco-friendlier alternatives to petroleum, which has caused paradigm shift to the production of electric vehicles.

As per the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, electronic vehicles tremendously reduce harmful emissions and support sustainable energy production. Focus on incorporating energy-efficient features will drive rare earth metal sales among vehicle manufacturers.

As per FMI's analysis, the rare earth metals sale is poised to reach 23,421 tons in 2031.

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Application across Diverse Sectors to Continue Driving Rare Earth Metal Sales

Rare earth metals find application in a variety of industries such as automotive, electronic, consumer goods, and renewable energy. The renewable energy industry uses rare-earth magnets in wind turbines.

Permanent magnets are produced from rare earth metals such as neodymium and dysprosium. The magnets are used to separate the gearboxes for wind turbines, which reduces the weight and eliminates maintenance issues.

Rare earth metals are also used in catalyst systems, with cerium and lanthanum being the most preferred metals. These metals are mainly used in automotive catalytic converters and fluid cracking catalysts that are used in the oil & gas industry.

Demand for auto-catalysts can be attributed to implementation of stringent regulations across the globe intended to curb emission from vehicle and machinery, which is further boosting sales of rare earth metals.

Besides these, rare-earth magnets are also used in consumer goods such as smartphones, hard drives, and other electronic components, owing to the high magnetic strength and efficiency offered by these magnets.

How has COVID-19 Affected the Rare Earth Metals Market?

Due to the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak, the rare earth metals market production has suffered unintended consequences. With China being the production and distribution hub for rare earth metals, operations in major refining, surface mining, manufacturing, and logistic activities were restricted.

As per the U.S. Geological Survey, China accounted for around 80% of the exports in 2019, although the exports declined in 2020 due to the pandemic.

Rare-earth metals are used in automobiles, home appliances, electronics, and various consumer goods. The interruption in the procurement of raw material and rare-earth-enabled components from China has affected these industries simultaneously.

However, with conscious efforts, the country has successfully contained the virus spread. With little to no restrictions, China is gradually resuming its mining and production activities, accelerating the production and export of rare-earth metals which will propel the growth of the market in upcoming years.

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How Tightening Restrictions on Mining in China Affecting the Market Growth?

Excessive rare-earth mining in China has resulted in the infertility of soil and contamination of several water bodies. Abandoned mines also pose great environmental hazards as chemical residue leaches into groundwater.

Pools of wastewater collected in abandoned mines can also seep into local waterways. China Water Risk’s report on hazardous mining highlighted an abandoned mine from which untreated chemicals flowed into waterways in Ganzhou, a major city with a population of 8 million people.

These hazardous events have compelled the Chinese officials to shut down a large number of mines, especially the illegal ones. However, there are severe large-scale threats that remained unresolved.

Due to stringent restrictions and controlled mining in China, the pricing and quantity of rare earth metals will be affecting, causing roadblocks in rare earth metal market growth.

Rare Earth Metals Market Country-wise Insights

How will Rare Earth Metals Sales Fare in the U.S.

As per ESOMAR-certified consulting firm Future Market Insights (FMI), the U.S. will exhibit a positive outlook in terms of growth, expanding at around 6.20% CAGR. The growth can be attributed to increasing consumer preference for electric vehicles.

In 2018, one of the leading electronic vehicle producers Tesla announced the incorporation of neodymium permanent-magnet-based car batteries in its latest models of Model 3 Long Range cars.

As the automotive industry is expanding rapidly in the U.S., with several automotive players operating in the region, the application of rare earth metals will also gain traction, augmenting the overall market growth.

Additionally, the U.S. is considered among the largest producers of nuclear energy, accounting for 3/10th of the world’s electricity production. Heavy rare earth metal Yttrium is widely used in the production of energy and nuclear plants, hence driving sales in the market.

What are the Factors Driving Rare Earth Metals Demand in the U.K.?

With the rising popularity of electronic vehicles, many European car manufacturers such as BMW, Ferrari, Opel, and Renault are stepping into the EV market. Ferrari has also announced the launch of its first new-generation electric car by 2025.

As the electric vehicle market is gaining traction, the rare metals market will also witness steady growth, at 5.10% CAGR. Growth prospects in the rare earth metals market can also be attributed to increasing applications in metallurgy, magnets, catalysts, glass, and ceramics.

Will China Continue Dominating the Rare Earth Metals Market?

China is the leading producer and exporter of rare earth metals in the world, and also home to several automotive and consumer electronics manufacturers, anticipated to cross a valuation of US$ 161 Bn in 2021.

Rapid urbanization and increasing production in the automotive industry, especially in the electronic vehicle sector, are fuelling demand for rare earth metals in the country.

China accounts for impressive share in the global rare earth metals procurement. The application of rare earth metals in a variety of avenues such as electronics, ceramics, glass, and defense will provide lucrative opportunities to global players operating in the market.

Rising Demand for Consumer Electronics will Augment Market Growth in India

Increasing per capita expenditure and rising adoption of electronic vehicles in India will boost rare-earth metal sales in the country.

Apart from the automotive industry, growing demand from the electronics industry is also emerging in India. Rapid urbanization in the country, coupled with increasing purchasing power has created lucrative opportunities for players in the market.

Global players such as TCL, Thomson, BPL, and Xiaomi are expanding their production facilities in India to support the consumer demand, propelling sales of rare earth metals in the country.

Additionally, government initiatives like Digital India and Smart Cities Vision are promoting the use of electronics and high-bandwidth optic fibers to support the interconnectivity of devices like digital displays, mobile phones, and computers, which in turn will increase the demand for rare earth metals.

Rare Earth Metals Market Category-wise Insights

Why is Neodymium the Most-Preferred Metal Type?

Neodymium segment is poised to surpass a valuation of US$ 2,200 Mn during the assessment period, leading the metal type segment.

The rare earth metal is widely used in the production of strong permanent magnets. Its high functionality and magnetic properties have made it possible to miniaturize various electronic devices such as mobile phones, microphones, and electronic musical instruments.

Neodymium also finds application in wind turbines, car windscreen wipers, special glass goggles for welding and glass blowing, laser pointers, and catalysts.

Why will Permanent Magnets Lead the Application Segment?

The demand for permanent magnets is gaining traction due to their application in various end-use industries, including consumer electronics such as computer hard disk drives, speakers, and headphones.

Along with consumer electronics, permanent magnets find application in servo motors, sensors, linear actuators, and automobiles. Rapid expansion of the automotive and electronic industry is a chief factor driving the segment over the assessment period.

Competitive Landscape

According to FMI’s analysis, prominent players in the rare earth metals market are emphasizing on expansion of production facilities to obtain a competitive edge in the market.

Top 5 players operating in the market include China Northern Rare Earth (Group) High-Tech Co., Ltd., Rising Nonferrous Metals Share Co., Ltd., Lynas Corporation, China Minmetals Corporation Limited, and Aluminium Corporation of China Limited.

Recent developments by leading players include mergers and acquisitions, increasing research and development initiatives, increasing focus on sustainable mining activities, and machinery upgradation, aimed at strengthening their foothold in the market. For instance:

  • In August 2020, Lynas Corporation, Ltd. announced the installation of a new industrial-scale dryer at its Mt. Weld mine, improving the operational efficiency in the production by replacing manual drying of the concentrates, making the process faster and cost-effective.
  • In June 2021, Arafura Resources Ltd. raised US$ 40 Mn through SPP (Share Purchase Plan) for its Nolan NdPr Project, focused solely on the sustainable extraction of Neodymium.

Scope of Report

Attribute

Details

Forecast Period

2021-2031

Historical Data Available for

2016-2020

Market Analysis

USD Million for Value

Key Regions Covered

North America, Latin America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East & Africa

Key Countries Covered

US, Canada, Germany, U.K., France, Italy, Spain, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, GCC Countries, Turkey, Northern Africa, and South Africa

Key Segments Covered

Application Type, Metal Type, Regions

Key Companies Profiled

Report Coverage

Market Forecast, Company Share Analysis, Competition Intelligence, DROT Analysis, Market Dynamics and Challenges, and Strategic Growth Initiatives

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Rare Earth Metals Market by Category

By Application Type:

  • Catalysts
  • Permanent Magnets
  • Metallurgy & Alloys
  • Polishing
  • Glass
  • Phosphors
  • Ceramics
  • Others (Fertilizers, Pigments, Defense, etc.)

By Metal Type:

  • Neodymium
  • Yttrium
  • Dysprosium
  • Terbium
  • Europium
  • Cerium
  • Lanthanum

By Region:

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Eastern Europe
  • Western Europe
  • Asia Pacific excluding Japan
  • Japan
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA)

Frequently Asked Questions

The rare earth metals market is likely to secure a CAGR of 10.2% through 2032.

The rare earth metals market size is estimated to cross US$ 46.67 Bn by 2032.

The rare earth metals market is likely to record a value of US$ 17.67 Bn in 2022.

Asia Pacific is likely to lead the rare earth metals market.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Introduction

    2.1. Market Definition

    2.2. Market Taxonomy

3. Global Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis Scenario

    3.1. Market Volume Analysis

        3.1.1. Global Production and Reserve Outlook

    3.2. Pricing Analysis

    3.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast

    3.4. Market Overview

        3.4.1. Value Chain

4. Market Dynamics

    4.1. Drivers

    4.2. Restraints

    4.3. Opportunity

    4.4. Trends

5. Global Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast, By Metal Type

    5.1. Introduction

        5.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Metal Type

        5.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Metal Type

    5.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        5.2.1. Neodymium

        5.2.2. Yttrium

        5.2.3. Dysprosium

        5.2.4. Terbium

        5.2.5. Europium

        5.2.6. Cerium

        5.2.7. Lanthanum

    5.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Metal Type

6. Global Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast, By Application

    6.1. Introduction

        6.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Application

        6.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Application

    6.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        6.2.1. Catalysts

        6.2.2. Permanent Magnets

        6.2.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        6.2.4. Polishing

        6.2.5. Glass

        6.2.6. Phosphors

        6.2.7. Ceramics

        6.2.8. Others

    6.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Application

7. Global Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast, By Region

    7.1. Introduction

        7.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Region

        7.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Region

    7.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Region

        7.2.1. North America

        7.2.2. Latin America

        7.2.3. Western Europe

        7.2.4. Eastern Europe

        7.2.5. Asia Pacific Excl. Japan

        7.2.6. Japan

        7.2.7. Middle East & Africa

    7.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Region

8. North America Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    8.1. Introduction

        8.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Country

        8.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Country

        8.1.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Country

    8.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Units) Forecast By Country

        8.2.1. U.S.

        8.2.2. Canada

    8.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        8.3.1. Neodymium

        8.3.2. Yttrium

        8.3.3. Dysprosium

        8.3.4. Terbium

        8.3.5. Europium

        8.3.6. Cerium

        8.3.7. Lanthanum

    8.4. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        8.4.1. Catalysts

        8.4.2. Permanent Magnets

        8.4.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        8.4.4. Polishing

        8.4.5. Glass

        8.4.6. Phosphors

        8.4.7. Ceramics

        8.4.8. Others

9. Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    9.1. Introduction

        9.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Country

        9.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Country

        9.1.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Country

    9.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Units) Forecast By Country

        9.2.1. Brazil

        9.2.2. Mexico

        9.2.3. Rest of Latin America

    9.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        9.3.1. Neodymium

        9.3.2. Yttrium

        9.3.3. Dysprosium

        9.3.4. Terbium

        9.3.5. Europium

        9.3.6. Cerium

        9.3.7. Lanthanum

    9.4. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        9.4.1. Catalysts

        9.4.2. Permanent Magnets

        9.4.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        9.4.4. Polishing

        9.4.5. Glass

        9.4.6. Phosphors

        9.4.7. Ceramics

        9.4.8. Others

10. Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    10.1. Introduction

        10.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Country

        10.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Country

        10.1.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Country

    10.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Units) Forecast By Country

        10.2.1. EU 5

        10.2.2. BENELUX

        10.2.3. Nordic

    10.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        10.3.1. Neodymium

        10.3.2. Yttrium

        10.3.3. Dysprosium

        10.3.4. Terbium

        10.3.5. Europium

        10.3.6. Cerium

        10.3.7. Lanthanum

    10.4. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        10.4.1. Catalysts

        10.4.2. Permanent Magnets

        10.4.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        10.4.4. Polishing

        10.4.5. Glass

        10.4.6. Phosphors

        10.4.7. Ceramics

        10.4.8. Others

11. Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    11.1. Introduction

        11.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Country

        11.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Country

        11.1.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Country

    11.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Units) Forecast By Country

        11.2.1. Russia

        11.2.2. Rest of Eastern Europe

    11.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        11.3.1. Neodymium

        11.3.2. Yttrium

        11.3.3. Dysprosium

        11.3.4. Terbium

        11.3.5. Europium

        11.3.6. Cerium

        11.3.7. Lanthanum

    11.4. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        11.4.1. Catalysts

        11.4.2. Permanent Magnets

        11.4.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        11.4.4. Polishing

        11.4.5. Glass

        11.4.6. Phosphors

        11.4.7. Ceramics

        11.4.8. Others

12. APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    12.1. Introduction

        12.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Country

        12.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Country

        12.1.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Country

    12.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Units) Forecast By Country

        12.2.1. China

        12.2.2. India

        12.2.3. ASEAN

        12.2.4. Rest of APEJ

    12.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        12.3.1. Neodymium

        12.3.2. Yttrium

        12.3.3. Dysprosium

        12.3.4. Terbium

        12.3.5. Europium

        12.3.6. Cerium

        12.3.7. Lanthanum

    12.4. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        12.4.1. Catalysts

        12.4.2. Permanent Magnets

        12.4.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        12.4.4. Polishing

        12.4.5. Glass

        12.4.6. Phosphors

        12.4.7. Ceramics

        12.4.8. Others

13. Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    13.1. Introduction

    13.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        13.2.1. Neodymium

        13.2.2. Yttrium

        13.2.3. Dysprosium

        13.2.4. Terbium

        13.2.5. Europium

        13.2.6. Cerium

        13.2.7. Lanthanum

    13.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        13.3.1. Catalysts

        13.3.2. Permanent Magnets

        13.3.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        13.3.4. Polishing

        13.3.5. Glass

        13.3.6. Phosphors

        13.3.7. Ceramics

        13.3.8. Others

14. MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Analysis and Forecast

    14.1. Introduction

        14.1.1. Basis Point Share (BPS) Analysis By Country

        14.1.2. Y-o-Y Growth Projections By Country

        14.1.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Country

    14.2. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Units) Forecast By Country

        14.2.1. GCC

        14.2.2. South Africa

        14.2.3. Rest of MEA

    14.3. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Metal Type

        14.3.1. Neodymium

        14.3.2. Yttrium

        14.3.3. Dysprosium

        14.3.4. Terbium

        14.3.5. Europium

        14.3.6. Cerium

        14.3.7. Lanthanum

    14.4. Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Analysis By Application

        14.4.1. Catalysts

        14.4.2. Permanent Magnets

        14.4.3. Metallurgy & Alloys

        14.4.4. Polishing

        14.4.5. Glass

        14.4.6. Phosphors

        14.4.7. Ceramics

        14.4.8. Others

15. Competition Landscape

    15.1. Competition Dashboard

    15.2. Company Profiles (Details – Overview, Financials, Strategy, Recent Developments)

    15.3. Market Players

        15.3.1. China Northern Rare Earth (Group) High-Tech Co., Ltd

            15.3.1.1. Overview

            15.3.1.2. Financials

            15.3.1.3. Strategy

            15.3.1.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.2. RISING NONFERROUS METALS CO., LTD

            15.3.2.1. Overview

            15.3.2.2. Financials

            15.3.2.3. Strategy

            15.3.2.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.3. China Minmetals Rare Earth Co., Ltd

            15.3.3.1. Overview

            15.3.3.2. Financials

            15.3.3.3. Strategy

            15.3.3.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.4. Beijing Zhongke Sanhuan High-tech Co. Ltd.

            15.3.4.1. Overview

            15.3.4.2. Financials

            15.3.4.3. Strategy

            15.3.4.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.5. Alkane Resources Ltd.

            15.3.5.1. Overview

            15.3.5.2. Financials

            15.3.5.3. Strategy

            15.3.5.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.6. Aluminum Corporation of China Limited

            15.3.6.1. Overview

            15.3.6.2. Financials

            15.3.6.3. Strategy

            15.3.6.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.7. Lynas Corporation, Ltd.

            15.3.7.1. Overview

            15.3.7.2. Financials

            15.3.7.3. Strategy

            15.3.7.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.8. Arafura Resources Ltd.

            15.3.8.1. Overview

            15.3.8.2. Financials

            15.3.8.3. Strategy

            15.3.8.4. Recent Developments

        15.3.9. Jiangxi Tungsten Industry Group Co. Ltd.

            15.3.9.1. Overview

            15.3.9.2. Financials

            15.3.9.3. Strategy

            15.3.9.4. Recent Developments

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Table 01: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Table 02: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application 2021 – 2031 

Table 03: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Region, 2021 – 2031 

Table 04: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Country, 2021 – 2031 

Table 05: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Table 06: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Table 07: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Country,2021 – 2031

Table 08: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal, 2021 – 2031

Table 09: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Table 10: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Table 11: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Table 12: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by End-use,2021 – 2031 

Table 13: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Country,2021 – 2031 

Table 14: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Table 15: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Table 16: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Table 17: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Table 18: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Table 19: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Table 20: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application,2021 – 2031 

Table 21: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Table 22: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Metal, 2021 – 2031

Table 23: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Value (US$ Mn) and Volume (Tonnes) Forecast, by Application, 2021 – 2031

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Figure 01: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Size (US$ Mn) and Y-o-Y Growth Forecast, 2021 – 2031

Figure 02: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 03: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, BPS Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 & 2031

Figure 04: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 05: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Neodymium Metals Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 06: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Yttrium Metals Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 07: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Dysprosium Metals Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 08: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Terbium Metals Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 09: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Europium Metals Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 10: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Cerium Metals Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 11: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, by Lanthanum Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 12: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031 

Figure 13: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, BPS Analysis, by Application, 2021 & 2031

Figure 14: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 15: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Catalyst Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 16: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Magnets Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 17: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Metallurgy & Alloys Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 18: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Polishing Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 19: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Glass Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 20: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Phosphors Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 21: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Ceramics Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 22: Global Rare Earth Metal Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), By Others Segment, 2021 – 2031

Figure 23: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031 

Figure 24: Global Rare Earth Metals Market, BPS Analysis, by Region, 2021 & 2031

Figure 25: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Region, 2021 – 2031

Figure 26: North America Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity,

Figure 27: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity,

Figure 28: Asia Pacific Excl. Japan (APEJC) Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, 2021 – 2031

Figure 29: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, 2021 – 2031

Figure 30: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity,

Figure 31: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity,

Figure 32: Middle East & Africa (MEA) Rare Earth Metals Market, Absolute $ Opportunity, 2021 – 2031

Figure 33: Global Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region, 2021 – 2031 

Figure 34: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Country, 2021 & 2031

Figure 35: North America Rare Earth Metals Market, Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 36: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 37: U.S. Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 38: Canada Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 39: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type 2021 & 2031

Figure 40: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 41: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application, 2021 & 2031

Figure 42: North America Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 43: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Country, 2021 & 2031

Figure 44: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market, Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 45: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 46: Brazil Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 47: Mexico Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 48: Rest of Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 49: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type 2021 & 2031

Figure 50: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 51: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application 2021 & 2031

Figure 52: Latin America Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 53: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Country,2021 & 2031

Figure 54: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market, Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 55: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 56: EU5 Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 57: BENELUX Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 58: Nordic Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 59: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 & 2031

Figure 60: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 61: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application 2021 & 2031

Figure 62: Western Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 63: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Country,2021 & 2031

Figure 64: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market, Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 65: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 66: Russia Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 67: Rest of Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 68: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type 2021 & 2031

Figure 69: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 70: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application 2021 & 2031

Figure 71: Eastern Europe Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 72: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Country, 2021 & 2031

Figure 73: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market, Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 74: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 75: China Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 76: India Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 77: ASEAN Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 78: Rest of APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 79: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type 2021 & 2031

Figure 80: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 81: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application 2021 & 2031

Figure 82: APEJ Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 83: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type 2021 & 2031

Figure 84: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 85: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application 2021 & 2031

Figure 86: Japan Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

Figure 87: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Country, 2021 & 2031

Figure 88: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market, Y-o-Y Growth Projections, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 89: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Country, 2021 – 2031

Figure 90: GCC Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 91: South Africa Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 92: Rest of MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Absolute $ Opportunity (US$ Mn), 2021 – 2031

Figure 93: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Metal Type 2021 & 2031

Figure 94: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Metal Type, 2021 – 2031

Figure 95: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Share and BPS Analysis, by Application 2021 & 2031

Figure 96: MEA Rare Earth Metals Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Application, 2021 – 2031

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