A swathe of new government strategies has highlighted the importance of critical minerals - those deemed essential for modern technologies, economic prosperity and defence and with supply chain vulnerabilities.
The US is boosting its investments in the sector and recently expanded its list of critical minerals to 50.
This report delves into supply and demand challenges, the opportunities for investors and the next generation of producers, with a special focus on lithium, rare earths, plus zinc and nickel, given the latter two's recent inclusion on the US list.
Inside this report:
- Billions needed to boost investment
- Emerging critical minerals projects
- A look at the "forgotten" and lesser-known critical minerals space