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Goldman may well be correct in asserting that green spending can rival the investment splurge of 20 years ago, and a consumer boom is possible.
Goldman may well be correct in asserting that green spending can rival the investment splurge of 20 years ago, and a consumer boom is possible.

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The metal has already surged to almost $8 000 this year. Nickel is also on a tear, zinc has climbed more than 50% since March, and iron ore is closing in on $150 a ton.

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