Why palladium is primed for supply disruptions

Palladium is needed for catalytic converters in internal combustion engines, but supply faces a big jurisdictional risk, said John Feneck at Feneck Consulting.
On Friday Feneck recording Kitco Roundtable.
“The problem is that 81% of [palladium] is produced in two countries: South Africa and Russia, which are not the best jurisdictions,” said Feneck.

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