The Bank of America has warned that the world risks “running out of copper” amid widening supply and demand deficits boosted by its vital role in a number of rapidly growing industrial sectors, such as electric vehicle batteries and semiconductor wiring. This, the institution warned, could lead to prices hitting $20,000 per metric ton by 2025. Cheryl Emvula an economist from CIRRUS Capital says this would be very good news for Namibia.