* China cuts first-half 2011 rare earths exports 35 pct * Move may hit high-tech, automakers * Sony eyes cutting reliance on Chinese supplies * China warns against basing half-year quota on full-year cap * Shares of Lynas, other Australian and HK rare earth firms jump By James Regan SYDNEY, Dec 29 (Reuters) - China has raised fresh international trade concerns after slashing export quotas on rare earths minerals, risking action from the United States at the World Trade ...
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