EXCLUSIVE Mine your business: Lithium in Latin America

Given the fact that lithium plays such a prominent role in the energy field–powering mobile phones, electric cars and energy grids–we can expect greater attention to be paid to this metal in the realms of mining, business development, and regulatory policy, especially in Latin America. Why Latin America? Because the region holds 54 percent of the world’s lithium resources in what is known as the “lithium triangle”–Argentina, Bolivia and Chile. (Some estimates put these countries’ lithium reserves at 80 percent of the world’s supply.) Each of these nations has unique features that abet and impede the exploration and commercialization of lithium. Read the full column by professor Jerry Haar at Latin Trade. EXCLUSIVE: South America will have free trade zone […]

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