China's lithium prices jumped above 200,000 yuan per tonne for the first time on record driven strong demand for new energy vehicles and year-end restocking in downstream industries.

According to data from consultancy Shanghai Metals Market, prices of battery-grade lithium carbonate have been above 200,000 yuan per tonne for three consecutive days, skyrocketing nearly 360% from 43,500 yuan per tonne in the same period last year and . . .

 

 

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