Ukraine Looks for Opportunity Amid Titanium Supply-Chain Crisis

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U.S. officials for years have worried that the global market for titanium is too reliant on Washington’s chief rivals: Russia and China. Now, Ukraine, one of the leading producers of the critical metal, is hoping it can play a role in helping to lower that dependence.

But Kyiv’s efforts to become an alternative supplier are being hampered by domestic political squabbles and the continuing war, according to people familiar with the matter.

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