Toyota is trying to make electrified vehicles less dependent on Chinese minerals – CNBC


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Toyota is trying to make electrified vehicles less dependent on Chinese minerals
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Dysprosium and terbium, for example, are relatively expensive, and subject to "geopolitical risks," Toyota said in a release. Dysprosium prices indeed rose in 2017, in part because the Chinese government began cracking down on illegal mining operations
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