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Vitor Correia, Past President of EFG and Secretary-General of the International Raw Materials Observatory will be the presenter of the webinar.
The EU recently launched the European Raw Material Alliance, a partnership between industry players, EU countries and regions, trade unions, civil society, research and technology organisations, investors and NGOs to ‘reduce Europe’s dependency on third countries, diversifying supply from both primary and secondary sources and improving resource efficiency and circularity while promoting responsible sourcing worldwide’.
This signals an evident concern from policymakers on the European industry dependency on raw materials imports from third countries.
There are two good reasons for this concern:
In this context, would the EU exercise of “soft power”, applying the principles of cooperation, inclusiveness, transparency and respect of trade and competition rules, be sufficient to meet the European demand for mineral raw materials? This will be the central question to be addressed in this talk.
The webinar is scheduled for 5 -6 PM CEST (Brussels time).