Here is why there is no real electric car industry without Latin America

Latin America's natural resources have always held tremendous appeal. Colombian writer, journalist, and Nobel Prize winner for literature Gabriel García Márquez explained that El Dorado - that golden delirium that appeared on numerous maps for many years, changing place and shape according to cartographers' imagination - became an obsession for the navigators who entered the New World. In a way, this fascination continues to this day.

Today, however, the search is no longer for gold but for the minerals that drive Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?

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