Friday, 9 March 2018

Japan secures steady supply of platinum metals from South Africa

Source: NIKKEI Asian Review, 9th March 2018, by Nikkei staff writers

Nikkei staff writers reported, "Deal equals 20% of nation's demand for materials used in fuel cells and cars. TOKYO -- Japan will obtain rights to buy platinum group metals worth a fifth of its annual consumption from South Africa, securing a stable future supply of the metals vital to making car exhaust filters and fuel cell vehicles. (...)"

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