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In a recent article for Industrial Minerals, Simon Moores explains that although private graphite producers have largely not enjoyed the sector’s recent influx of junior companies, those juniors are improving the industry by encouraging competition and continual improvement while also pushing the search for new markets and demand.

In a recent article for Industrial Minerals, Simon Moores explains that although private graphite producers have largely not enjoyed the sector’s recent influx of junior companies, those juniors are improving the industry by encouraging competition and continual improvement while also pushing the search for new markets and demand.

As quoted in the market news:

But competition should be embraced: it creates a more economical extractive industry, it encourages continual improvement on every level of the sector and, most importantly, it forces companies to look for new markets and sparks new demand.

The exploration industry has driven this development. While the vast majority of juniors will not survive, the fierce competition created from the boom has uncovered the highest grades and largest resource volumes the world never knew existed.

Simplifying it to cause and effect, it becomes apparent how the industry was to blame for the influx of exploration but how it is set to benefit.

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