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China’s Tsingshan spearheaded a charge into Indonesia for nickel, a silvery-white metal with wide applications in ternary lithium batteries, the power source of new-energy vehicles. Read more here about whether the firm and its Chinese peers in the EV materials industry have overcommitted.
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