Braking Ahead: Understanding the risks to EV sales and battery metals markets in 2023

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Braking Ahead: Understanding the risks to EV sales and battery metals markets in 2023

Join S&P Global experts from our Commodity Insights and Mobility divisions as they delve into the potential roadblocks facing the electric vehicle market in 2023. From fluctuating lithium prices to the phasing out of government subsidies, learn how these factors may impact EV sales and the battery metals market.

Stay ahead of the curve as we navigate the challenges and opportunities of the ever-evolving EV industry.

Related price assessments:
BATLC04 - Lithium Carbonate CIF North Asia $/mt
BATLH04 - Lithium Hydroxide CIF North Asia $/mt

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