Batteries

Cobalt crisis: What a shortage of the metal could mean for electric cars

Lithium and cobalt are critical components in batteries for electric cars. Image: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Christian Bogmans

Economist, IMF

Lama Kiyasseh

Research Officer, International Monetary Fund

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