Lithium is moving into oversupply
Demand growth will probably decelerate as subsidies are phased out. Supply should eventually react to higher prices. Estimated reading time: 14 minutes
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Lithium is used for a number of applications, including glass, ceramics, pharmaceuticals and even atomic bombs.
Since the invention of the lithium-ion battery in the 1990s, the primary use …
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