Platinum is a precious metal used for jewelry, medical devices, and cosmetics.
It’s often used as a base material for ceramics, glass, and ceramical products.
While platinum can be mined in a number of countries, the most common form of platinum production is mined in South Africa.
While it’s an extremely high-quality material, platinum is extremely expensive to produce.
A study from the University of Washington estimates that platinum is worth $3.2 trillion, or roughly 1.5 percent of the global market.
Platinum is also one of the most valuable metals in the world, with a value of $9,000 per pound.
A number of platinum producers in the United States have been increasing production of the metal, and platinum is expected to hit $1,000 by 2020.
That means platinum is the second most valuable metal in the U.S., behind only silver, according to the Rhodium Group.
It costs about $10,000 to produce platinum in South African mines, and it’s currently about half that of silver.
According to the U, the average value of platinum is about $4,500.
While the price of platinum in the last year has increased from about $2,000 a pound to $3,000, it’s still less than the $20,000 mark in China.
While some countries produce platinum, it is rare to find a ton in the rest of the world.
That makes platinum a hard-to-find precious metal, even for jewelry and medical devices.