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EU nations present critical minerals investment strategies at Raw Materials summit

Representatives from leading nations disclosed their plans for critical minerals public funds at this year's Raw Materials Summit in Brussels, aiming to attract investment...

Final legal discussions underway for EU-Serbia lithium trade partnership

Commissioner Maroš Šefčovič revealed that the final legal obstacles are being addressed before the EU-Serbia trade partnership, focused on sourcing lithium from the Jadar...

Unraveling China’s secretive mineral resource strategy: Impact on EU policy

In the midst of the EU's efforts to reduce reliance on China for critical mineral supplies, China's opacity regarding long-term plans for its mineral...

Europe must boost investment to secure raw materials for EV production

Europe's reliance on importing the majority of raw materials for electric vehicle (EV) production is proving increasingly unsustainable, leaving its economy vulnerable. This week,...

Norge Mineraler’s high-purity phosphate discovery in Norway to propel EU’s energy transition

The discovery of a significant igneous phosphate deposit in Norway by the mining company Norge Mineraler positions it as a crucial supplier of raw...

French government supports initiative for nickel and cobalt refinery to strengthen electric vehicle battery supply chain

The French government is endorsing a private sector initiative to establish a nickel and cobalt refinery near Bordeaux, aimed at strengthening the country’s electric...

Easpring Finland’s environmentally-friendly proposal: Establishing cathode active material plant in Kotka

Easpring Finland New Materials Oy, a joint venture between Finnish Minerals Group and Beijing Easpring Material Technology Co., Ltd., has recently applied for an...

EIT RawMaterials announces €100 million investment to enhance Europe’s raw materials sector at Raw Materials Summit

EIT RawMaterials’ commitment of €100 million to support high-impact raw materials projects in Europe, announced at the Raw Materials Summit, marks a significant investment...

Swedish state-owned mining company discovers Europe’s largest rare earth deposit

LKAB announced on Thursday the identification of over 1 million tonnes of rare earth oxides in the Kiruna region of northern Sweden, marking the...
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