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EU unveiled plans to secure raw materials

The majority of rare earth metals needed for high-tech products come from China. The EU now wants to change that quickly.

By 2030, the EU aims to have much larger quantities of important raw materials available for industry – in this way, Brussels wants to break free of its dependence on China in particular. The draft of the Critical Raw Materials Act (CRMA) presented on Wednesday stipulates that by 2030

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