Bolivia evaluates six firms for lithium mining contracts

The Latin American country announced that it had reduced its list of foreign firms to take advantage of its lithium resources to six from eight. The country has the world's largest lithium resources but has struggled for decades to extract them commercially.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Tuesday, June 7, Energy Minister Franklin Molina said Bolivia reduced the list of foreign firms vying to tap its vast lithium resources to six companies from eight as part of its most ambitious effort to extract the metal.

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