German carmaker BMW is joining chemicals giant BASF and South Korean battery maker Samsung SDI to work on a program to improve working conditions for “artisanal” cobalt miners in the Congo

Posted by on November 29, 2018 10:46 pm
Categories: Cobalt

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As reported by Reuters, German carmaker BMW is joining chemicals giant BASF and South Korean battery maker Samsung SDI to work on a program to improve working conditions for “artisanal” cobalt miners in the Congo.

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