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Copper still not on US critical minerals list

The United States Geological Survey (USGS) has stunned many in the copper world by failing to include the red metal on its list of critical metals, despite being a cornerstone energy transition metal and a supply deficit forecast to be just around the corner.

Copper still not on US critical minerals list

With US politicians increasingly showing support for boosting production of homegrown copper, the USGS told Congress that it has not yet reached the status needed to be included on the US Critical Minerals...

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