* China cuts first-half 2011 rare earths exports 35 pct * Move may hit high-tech, automakers * Sony eyes cutting reliance on Chinese supplies * Shares jump in Lynas, Australian and HK rare earth firms (Adds EU Commission comment) 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 Organization. China, which produces about 97 ...
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