In a speech and subsequent conversation at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) last week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau emphasized Canada's important role in producing critical minerals for batteries and electric vehicles to ensure "resilience," and contrasted the cleaner and labor-friendly Canadian production with the processing that takes place in China.

You don't have access to this post on China Trade Monitor at the moment, but if you upgrade your account you'll be able to see the whole thing, as well as all the other posts in the archive! Subscribing only takes a few seconds and will give you immediate access.

This post is for subscribers only

Subscribe now