Proactive: American Rare Earths stands to benefit from US tariff policy changes


American Rare Earths Ltd (ASX:ARR, OTCQB:ARRNF) is well-placed to gain significantly from the recent US tariff policy changes targeting critical minerals and technology sectors.

An announcement by the US Trade Representative emphasises stricter measures on imports, particularly from China, which is poised to escalate the demand for locally sourced critical minerals.

Due to its strategic projects at Halleck Creek in Wyoming and La Paz in Arizona, the company says it is well-positioned to capitalize on this shift.

These sites, among North America’s largest rare earth deposits, are central to the company’s efforts to supply resources vital for the clean energy transition, including those used in electric vehicles and renewable energy technologies.

“Aligns with our strategy”

American Rare Earths chief executive officer Donald Swartz said: “It is encouraging to see the Biden administration acknowledge that the United States can no longer rely on geopolitical rivals to supply materials essential to national security.

“The phase-in of the tariffs aligns very well with our American development strategy, as we continue to advance our flagship Halleck Creek magnetic rare earth project in Wyoming.”

As the US moves to enhance its domestic supply chains for critical minerals, American Rare Earths expects an increase in demand for its products.

This policy shift aligns with ARR’s ongoing initiatives to expand its operations and strengthen its market position in a rapidly evolving industry.




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