“Ukraine harbors significant reserves of non-ferrous and rare-earth

“Ukraine harbors significant reserves of non-ferrous and rare-earth metals including unique deposits of beryllium, zirconium, tantalum, and a complex of phosphoric rare-earth and rare-metal ores,” reports MiningWorld.com. “Ukraine’s confirmed reserves of lithium are the largest in Europe. The country also has a real opportunity to enter the global market with pure and ultra-pure metals such as gallium, indium, thallium, lead, and tin…Ukraine just needs to harness its mineral resources to thrive. For this to happen, new technologies and large investments are needed.”

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