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Opium, Tungsten, and the Search for National Security

Between 15 May and 15 July 1942, American planes hauled seventy-nine tons of tungsten ore out of China; ONI Weekly, 26 August 1942, 27. 13. War Production Board, Statistics Division, Materials Branch, “Major Losses of Sources of War Materials,” 25 October 1942, 111.1 Raw Materials-Sources, RG 179, Records of the War Production Board

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TUNGSTEN IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR: CHINA, JAPAN,

As for Nazi Germany, it studies its supply of Chinese ore until 1941 and later in the Iberian Peninsula, a trade made difficult by the Allied preventive purchases in Spain and Portugal.

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Tantalum, Tungsten, and Tin (“Conflict Minerals)

Once the raw ore is sourced, it is concentrated by gravity and processed by first smelters, then refineries. Refining is most commonly performed by companies in East Asia, who may combine Congolese minerals with minerals from other countries. 15. Despite government efforts to prevent it, smuggling of conflict minerals is prevalent within the

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Tungsten: extraction and processing-Metalpedia

Tungsten scrap is a very valuable raw material due to its high tungsten content in comparison to ore. Contaminated cemented carbide scrap, turnings, grindings and powder scrap are oxidized and chemically processed to APT in a way similar to that used for the processing of tungsten ores. If present, cobalt, tantalum and niobium are recovered in

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Coltan,Tungsten, & TinCommodity Atlas Research Page with a Map

After the tungsten ore is mined, it is crushed and milled to release the tungsten mineral crystals, which are then concentrated. [21] Despite government efforts to prevent it, smuggling of conflict minerals is prevalent within the Democratic Republic of Congo. [22]

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Tungsten Ore-Tungsten Ore Manufacturer and Supplier

Tungsten oxide is a tungstic anhydride and a tungstate product. Tungsten oxide is an oxide of tungsten. It is an important intermediate for the preparation of tungsten from tungsten ore. Tungsten oxide can be used to produce chemical products, such as

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The World Is Running Low On Tungsten; Why You Should Care

Mar 14, 2012· Prior to 2001, Tungsten miners looked for new sources even as they harvested existing ore in order to guarantee a continuous supply. But in the early 2000s, China flooded the market with

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Why was Nazi Germany short of Tungsten? Axis History Forum

Sep 12, 2011· Production had increased to nearly 2000 tons and the price had risen from $75 a ton to $16,800. In June, Spain set a minimum price of $16,380 per ton, which included a $4,546 export tax. In an effort to better compete with the Nazis, the Allies set up their own dummy corporate front to purchase the ore and in 1942 purchased roughly half of the ore.

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List of Countries By Tungsten Production WorldAtlas

Tungsten is produced from wolframite and scheelite ores. Scheelite is particularly notable as it is from this ore that the metal gets its name. “Tungsten” is the Swedish name for “scheelite” and can be translated to mean “heavy stone.” Tungsten was first discovered as a

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Congo's Conflict Minerals: US Companies Struggle To Trace

The so-called conflict minerals are tantalum, tungsten, tin and gold, mined and extracted from ore often in war-torn areas such as eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where the mineral trade has

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(PDF) Tungsten in the Second World War: China, Japan

the smuggling of Chinese tungsten remained a constant throughout the war 58. ore played an important role in diminishing the amounts obtained by Germany. In Portugal, the .

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(PDF) How can strategic metals drive the economy? Tungsten

Tungsten and tin production in Spain during periods of war. tungsten ore always had to be transported along . prevent the smuggling of tungsten as well (Marquina, 1998).

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Colombia’s black-market coltan tied to drug traffickers

Mar 04, 2012· U.S. officials called the mining company a money-laundering operation in support of a cocaine-smuggling enterprise. Colombian authorities have also moved against the family, pulling its license to mine an area where 83 tons of coltan and tungsten ore have been seized since 2010.

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Tungsten in the Second World War: China, Japan, Germany

This article studies the production, legal and illegal trade, and provisioning of strategic mineral wolfram/tungsten both by the Allies and the Axis during World War II. It analyzes the case the world’s largest producer of this mineral, China, the trade agreements signed by Chiang Kai-shek before the war with Nazi Germany, the USSR and

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How can strategic metals drive the economy? Tungsten and

Jan 01, 2019· An agreement was reached in May and the Spanish government committed itself to restrict tungsten exports to Germany and to prevent the smuggling of tungsten as well (Marquina, 1998). Moreover, with the Normandy landings and the withdrawal of German troops, it was impossible to send tungsten, either legally or illegally.

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Uganda Losing Billions To Mineral Smuggling

Kisoro is one of Uganda’s richest districts in mineral deposits like tin, gold [right] and wolfram (tungsten). However, while the smugglers are happy, district officials are cursing.

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Neutral Nations Kept Nazi Forces Going, U.S. Says Los

Without ball bearings and high-quality iron ore from Sweden, chromium ore from Turkey and tungsten ore from Spain and Portugal, Germany could not have produced warplanes, submarines, tanks and

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Why was Nazi Germany short of Tungsten? Axis History Forum

Sep 12, 2011· Production had increased to nearly 2000 tons and the price had risen from $75 a ton to $16,800. In June, Spain set a minimum price of $16,380 per ton, which included a $4,546 export tax. In an effort to better compete with the Nazis, the Allies set up their own dummy corporate front to purchase the ore and in 1942 purchased roughly half of the ore.

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Uganda: Mineral Ore Export Ban Leaves Dealers in Tears

Its ready -for export-tungsten ore stands is worth Shs2.3 billion ($720,000). has abetted mineral smuggling to record levels and the country is actually losing more.

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Congo Army Smuggling Minerals in East Congo, UN Experts

Jul 02, 2013· The Democratic Republic of Congo’s army is smuggling and taxing gold and tin in the country’s east, where the government is trying to cut the link between violence and the mineral trade, a

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International market power analysis of China’s tungsten

Jun 01, 2019· First, smuggling activities have been effectively controlled through export restrictions. Before the 21st century, there was a substantial amount of smuggling of China’s tungsten. After the implementation of the export control policy, however, the smuggling situation improved, and the export control policy played a substantial restraining role.

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Conflict Minerals and the Power of Pictures

Conflict minerals include tin ore (cassiterite), tantalum ore (coltan), tungsten ore (wolframite), and gold. The mining, processing, and shipping of these minerals funnel money into oppressive regimes that are engaged in military conflict, slavery, genocide, and other human rights abuses. For instance, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), one of

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China's export tax removal will thwart tungsten smugglers

The long-anticipated move was in response to a ruling by the World Trade Organization last year on trade disputes between China and other countries over rare earths, molybdenum and tungsten. Tungsten prices outside China could either rise due to a reduction in the smuggling of ammonium paratungstate (APT) and ferro-tungsten, or...

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