Our new white paper explore the risks facing a nation that is vital for the transition to a more cleaner, digital future.
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) produces 70% of the world's cobalt, which is used in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries that power smartphones, laptops and electric vehicles. A metal that is heavily coveted by governments and companies alike.
Yet, the country itself has suffered from a series of crises in recent years from civil war to social strife.
In our new white paper, using a PESTLE (Political, Economic, Technological, Legal and Environmental) analysis, we explore some of the risks facing a nation that is vital for the transition to a more cleaner, digital future.
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