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Lithium “OPEC” faces difficulties in Latin America

According to experts, despite the great potential of the countries of the "lithium triangle," which account for more than 60% of global production, achieving price control is impossible.

Accordingly, it is inappropriate to consider similarities between a possible organization and OPEC.

Discussions about the possibility of creating an international lithium organization of Argentina, Chile, and Bolivia to regulate the production and export of this mineral and influence international prices are due to the regulatory, political, and legal differences between the three countries that make up the so-called "lithium triangle."

The idea of a sort of "OPEC (Organization of Petroleum . . .

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