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Battery metals, the electric vehicle revolution and protectionism versus free trade dominated discussions at this year's FT Commodities Global Summit in Lausanne, Switzerland. But like any gathering of the commodities industry's biggest players, oil pricing and the outlook for energy weren't too far from most minds. S&P Global Platts content director for EMEA metals, Christopher Davis, and senior oil news writer, Robert Perkins, recap what top executives said will be the future trends for these sectors.


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