According to foreign media reports on June 1, the epic commodity bull market starting three years ago has witnessed commodity prices hitting decades-highs.
Now the bubble has finally burst. Demand for cobalt, used in many battery types, will jump by about 70%. Demand will rise sharply for commodities used in electric vehicle and battery such as copper, manganese, iron, phosphorus and graphite.
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