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But production and processing are highly concentrated in a small number of countries. Investment in diversifying supply chains is increasing, yet most near-term output growth for many minerals is still expected to come from today’s major producers, implying an even higher degree of concentration in the years ahead. This means the system is particularly vulnerable to disruptions – but policy strategies can ensure market preparedness for supply disruptions.