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Manufacturers Confront Critical Resource Scarcity

Risk arising from minerals and metals scarcity is expected to increase across all industries over the next five years, leading to supply instability and potential disruptions, new findings suggest.

In its recent report Minerals and Metals Scarcity in Manufacturing: The Ticking Timebomb, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) analyzes the impact that minerals and metals scarcity is likely to have on seven different manufacturing industries: infrastructure; high-tech; automotive; renewable energy; chemical; energy and utilities; and aviation.

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