By Natalia Vera Ramírez
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Jujuy, Salta and Catamarca. Three provinces in northwestern Argentina have become an essential enclave for the extraction and production of lithium. The abundance of this metal in the area is so great that the governors of these provinces signed an interprovincial agreement in early October to create the Lithium Mining Region.
"In this way, we are moving forward so that the three provinces offer the same opportunities to those who want to invest, with clear rules, legal certainty, and predictability," said the governor of Salta, Gustavo Saenz, after announcing the creation . . .