Trade: Orgalim recommendations for the future European Critical Raw Materials Act

Published: 28 November 2022

Policies & Issues: Trade

Europe’s technology industries are committed to providing high-tech solutions to enable the EU’s twin digital and green transitions. However, in recent years they have experienced huge challenges in accessing raw materials at competitive prices, which in the long term could impair their ability to continue to innovate and drive Europe’s transition towards a more sustainable economy.

The future European Critical Raw Materials Act (ECRMA) will provide the opportunity and potential to secure a stable supply of critical raw materials (CRMs) for Europe’s technology industries.

To read our recommendations in full, please download the document above.


Lorenzo Livraghi
Senior Adviser - Trade and Legal

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