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U.S. Plan Envisions Factories In Africa For Surging EV Battery Demand

24 Sep 2023 | Abstracted from Washington Post

"The plan to develop an electric battery supply chain opens the door for open and transparent investment to build value-added and sustainable industry in Africa and creating a just energy transition for workers and local communities,' a State Department news release said.

"...This would be an important shift in the historical practice by allowing Africans to reap more wealth from their abundant natural resources..."



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