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Zinc and lithium in the focus of investors

Electromobility, autonomous driving and digital networking are topics that the automotive industry is researching and developing. This is accompanied by the demand for certain raw materials. On average, the demand for lithium increases by 20 percent annually. Demand is outstripping supply. The importance of electromobility is growing, as is China. Tax cuts and an expansion of credit policy, as well as infrastructure projects, will boost the Chinese economy.????

In addition, environmental requirements are becoming stricter and sustainability is required. One of the companies with lithium in the soil is Infinity Lithium – https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298931. The company owns 75 percent of the San Jose lithium project in Spain, which can produce lithium hydroxide of battery quality at low production costs. The long-term goal is to supply the European lithium-ion battery industry. The next step for Infinity Lithium is the completion of a pre-feasibility study.

In the case of zinc, another important raw material for the automotive industry, the prevailing strong supply deficit should do zinc companies good. In China, the largest zinc-producing country, there were mine closures and new environmental laws. Even though various new zinc projects will be launched in the near future, zinc should remain a raw material in high demand. Zinc companies include Zinc One.

Zinc One – https://www.commodity-tv.net/c/search_adv/?v=298889 – ?owns two zinc projects in Peru, the Bongará project, which produced earlier, and the Charlotte-Bongará project. Both were acquired by the Company in June 2017 and both projects are characterized by high grade non-sulfide zinc mineralization at or near surface.

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