US and partners establish critical minerals security pact in face of Chinese lithium ion dominance

A Mineral Security Partnership (MSP) between the United States, Canada, and several other countries has been formed to bolster critical mineral supply chains.

As demand for critical minerals essential for clean energy technologies such as batteries, electric vehicles, and renewable energy sources increases, governments globally are concerned about how these materials are sourced.

China has become a dominant supplier for many of these critical minerals. As such, this partnership aims to develop robust supply chains with reduced reliance on Chinese imports.

“The goal of the MSP is to ensure that critical minerals are produced, processed, and recycled in a manner . . .


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