China ranks first in rare earth reserves in 2020
Today, Xiaofu brings you the ranking of rare earth reserves of various countries in the world. If you are interested, come and have a look.
In 2020, the global rare earth reserves are 116 million tons of rare earth oxide (REO). China is the country with the largest rare earth reserves in the world, accounting for 44 million tons (REO), accounting for 38.0% of the world (USGS, 2020). Brazil, Vietnam and Russia are the countries with rare earth resources second only to China, with rare earth reserves of 22 million tons, 22 million tons and 12 million tons respectively, accounting for 48.4% of the world's total rare earth reserves.