A copper roll that will be used for drawings is seen at the workshop of the artist Ricardo Moreno in San Pedro de Barva, Costa Rica October 23, 2017. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate Summary Tin is the forgotten foot soldier of the energy transition Electric vehicles made without rare earths less efficient LONDON/HANOI June 22 (Reuters) – Buoyed by powerful demand expectations as the world moves away from reliance on fossil fuels,
prices of many industrial metals rocketed, but future price rises are likely to be limited to a select few energy transition ingredients. Reporting by Pratima Desai and Mai Nguyen in Hanoi; editing by Veronica Brown and Barbara Lewis You have reached your free article limit for this month Register to unlock access to the new Reuters.com Access our new site and The Reuters Daily Briefing newsletter.
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