Analysis: The U.S. embargo and Cuban nickel

As Cuban metals remain off-limits for the U.S. industrial consumer, this analysis is looking at the issue from a perspective of U.S. resource security

By Christopher Ecclestone/InvestorIntel

The Moa Bay complex in Cuba was developed during World War 2 — largely paid for by the U.S. government — to plug the U.S. supply gap in nickel and cobalt. As the Cuban metals remain off-limits for the U.S. industrial consumer, this analysis is looking at the issue from a perspective of U.S. resource security.

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