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08/14/21 5:04 PM

#2037 RE: douginil #2036

Ucore Rare Metals In (UURAF)
0.81 ? -0.018 (-2.17%)
Volume: 48,635 @08/13/21 3:27:30 PM EDT
Bid Ask Day's Range
0.73 1.06 0.772 - 0.828
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08/20/21 10:58 AM

#2038 RE: douginil #2036

$UURAF Ucore’s visionand plan is to deliver leading advanced technology that provides separation and mining services to the mining and mineral extraction industry. As such, we are guided by the principles of being socially and environmentally responsible with good corporate governance (ESG).

Ucore’s path forward is a crucial one to ensure that China’s current dominance of over 80% of the world’s supply of rare earth elements (REEs) does not lead to the loss of thousands of “green” technology jobs as manufacturers are forced to set up overseas to access these critical metals. We must and we will play our part to keep the US and North America competitive in the 21st century and most important secure from foreign adversaries.

Through strategic partnerships, this vision includes disrupting China’s dominance of the US REE supply chain through the development of a HREE processing facility – the Alaska Strategic Metals Complex (SMC) in Southeast Alaska and the long-term development of its HREE resource located at Bokan Mountain on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.
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08/23/21 7:09 PM

#2040 RE: douginil #2036

$UURAF According to Zion Market Research, the global rare earth market will grow in value from $8.1 billion in 2018 to more than $14.4 billion by 2025.

The global rare earth market will grow in value from $8.1 billion in 2018 to more than $14.4 billion by 2025 as demand for electric vehicles, cellphones and other products rise.

neodymium, when combined with iron and boron, makes a powerful magnet that’s used in cellphones, headphones, electric-vehicle motors and more. Lanthanum is used in lighting and camera lenses; cerium is used in self-cleaning ovens.