The Technology Metals Show hosts Jack Lifton and Peter Clausi talk to Christopher Ecclestone, Principal and mining strategist at Hallgarten & Company, and Mitchell Smith, President & CEO of Global Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB: GBLEF) about the critical materials supply chain and why it is different from the supply chain of any other metal.
Available exclusively to subscribers of the Technology Metals Show, the panel discusses why the recent General Motors announcement of a $27 billion spend on electric and autonomous vehicles through 2025 is “a trend that we will see a lot more of” according to Mitchell Smith, one of the top influencers in the battery minerals sector, as more companies are looking for localized and ethical sources of cobalt, lithium, rare earths and other critical materials.
The Technology Metals Show host, Jack Lifton, talks with Constantine Karayannopoulos, President, CEO and Director of Neo Performance Materials Inc. (TSX: NEO) about the recovery of the Chinese rare earths industry. “The Chinese rare earths industry is recovering but so is the rare earths industry everywhere.” Constantine said. "It looks like the worst is over in China and the rest of the world is showing spurts of demand in specific markets, even in automotive." Jack and Constantine went on to discuss neodymium and praseodymium (NdPr) prices. Constantine talked about separated praseodymium market and how the current market situation is affecting the prices for neodymium and praseodymium. In the interview Constantine also provided an update on Neo's magnetic materials business.
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