Critical raw materials: Germany and France initiate debate in the Council

Germany and France will present a joint position on the planned Critical Raw Materials Act at tomorrow’s meeting of the Competitiveness Council. With this, the two delegations want to stimulate the discussion in the European Council and simultaneously ensure unity of both countries with regard to the raw materials strategy. Last week, they published the joint position in written form as a so-called non-paper.

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