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In the scrap

30 August 2018 By Katrina Hamlin

Metals recovered from spent car cells could be worth more than $20 bln a year within a decade. Western chemicals groups like Umicore already profit from waste. But with half of the world’s electric cars sold in the People’s Republic, locals like CATL and BYD can pull ahead.

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