China Looking to Throttle Rare Earth Materials Supply
As EV car adoption increases globally and car manufacturers declaring their move to 100% electric vehicles in the coming decade, the demand for battery materials is (and will) surge.
And as the US-China trade war rages on, China may be considering throttling supply of rare earth materials needed in the manufacturing of electric vehicles and in the production of American fighter jets among other products.
China controls approximately 80% of the rare earth materials supply.
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