The consensus of the rare earth industry associations is that although the average export prices of 30 kinds of rare earth products in the country have all increased, this price is only a superb appearance. Since May of last year, the state has cancelled the two export tax rebates for rare earth enterprises, and at the same time, a lot of compression. With quotas for export quotas, if these two factors are converted together with factors such as raw and auxiliary materials, and prices for water and electricity, transportation, etc., prices of rare earths in China are still at a low point. From 1990 to 2005, the export volume of rare earths in China has increased by nearly 10 times, but the average price has been reduced to 64% of the original price. In the world where high-tech electronics, lasers, telecommunications, superconductors and other materials are required by geometric requirements, China's rare earth prices have not risen.