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Brazil cuts red tape to boost lithium industry

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to a decree published Wednesday (6), prior authorization is no longer required for the import and export of lithium in Brazil.

Previously, such operations required approval from government agencies such as the Nuclear Energy Commission.

"This measure is part of the government's efforts to reduce bureaucracy in the mining sector and improve the business climate," said Pedro Paulo Dias Mesquita, secretary of geology, mining, and mineral transformation, to local media . . .

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