Global moves to cut carbon emissions mean lithium is having a moment.

The metal, which is sold as lithium carbonate to battery makers, has seen a steady increase in demand over the past few years. But many investors may have had their fingers burnt last year when the runaway price of lithium carbonate suddenly collapsed before reclaiming some of its losses. ..

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