Lithium in 2020: Prices, coronavirus and Tesla

Coronavirus Response: Battery demand delayed, but not derailed
The unexpected outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has affected markets globally and lithium is no exception. However, while the trajectory of battery demand in the near-term has been impacted by the fallout from the outbreak, in the medium and long-term the demand prospects for lithium continue to show growth.

China’s electric vehicle recovery is already underway — with sales figures in July, August, and September all showing year-on-year growth for the first . . .


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