Rare earth oxides are pictured in production at Lynas’ Advanced Materials Plant in Gebeng, Malaysia. Lynas is another company, along with Canadian-owned Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp. and USA Rare Earth LLC, targeted by an online network called Dragonbridge. A prominent U.S. cybersecurity firm is alleging that Chinese government-funded campaigns are spreading disinformation about Canadian rare earths miner Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Corp. in an attempt to cement China’s dominance in the sector and crush Canadian ambitions.
Virginia-based Mandiant Inc., which was founded by former U.S. government security experts, said in a report that Toronto-based Appia and two other rare earth companies, Lynas Rare Earths Ltd.
and USA Rare Earth LLC, were targeted by an online network called Dragonbridge, a front for The People’s Republic of China (PRC).“Since rare earths mineral mining is of strategic significance to the PRC, and these entities are challenging the PRC’s […]
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