Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina begin political rapprochement over regional lithium

ECLAC applauds the initiative to take advantage of high prices and the great demand for this key resource in the fight against climate change.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile began a political rapprochement to design a joint economic project for the industrialization of resources in the so-called "lithium triangle."

The three countries, whose governments currently lead with coinciding political tendencies, contain 58% of the world's total Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?