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The material is most likely aluminum or tinned copper, here is why: Most LEGOs are made in Denmark, the country of origin, with other various quantities made in mexico, Taiwan, and other factories around the world. Denmark is a huge exporter of electrical generators (see wikipedia). Making generators requires a good amount of aluminum and copper to make, ...
You can buy a bag of 1.000 LEGO bricks for 50€. If you do the maths, they must produce under 5 cents/unit in order to sell those bags on profit.
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