The World Platinum Investment Council hopes the inclusion of the DA in the recently announced cabinet of the government of national unity (GNU) and tariffs on Chinese vehicle imports could drive changes that further support the positive investment case for platinum.

The council said the outlook for automotive platinum group metal (PGM) demand beyond 2030 may also be higher than expected due to right-leaning political parties gaining seats in the EU parliamentary elections...

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