Last updated on January 13, 2021
Lithium prices in China have been surging after hitting a near record low in mid-2020, driven by tight supplies and robust growth in new-energy vehicle (NEV) sales in the world’s biggest auto market.
Prices for battery-grade lithium carbonate, a key metal used in batteries for electric vehicles, surged to 59,000 yuan ($9,102) per tonne on Monday, up by nearly 50 per cent from the prices in August 2020, according to data . . .
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