The Wall Street Journal‘s Alistair MacDonald reports on the many ventures that the U.S. is pursuing in order to establish a secure domestic supply chain of critical minerals.
- The United States is investing heavily in a secure supply chain of critical minerals but is facing challenges on where and how to harvest these minerals.
- China currently controls a majority share of mining and processing of critical minerals.
- One step that the federal government could take to help secure a domestic supply chain would be streamlining regulations for mineral mines.
- Establishing a secure supply chain that is not reliant on China is important for our energy future and for national security.
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