Global critical minerals production share by majority producing country 2017

Critical minerals can be defined as minerals that are essential to the economy and their supply is generally limited. China is the largest producer of many of the world's critical minerals. For example, China produces a 93 percent share of the world's gallium, 87 percent of the world's magnesium, and 83 percent of rare earths.

Production share of critical minerals worldwide as of 2017 by majority producing country

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Release date

April 2020

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2017

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