Mexico’s López Abrador says talks underway with Bolivia, Argentina and Chile to form lithium association

At the morning conference, he said that the countries need to share their experiences, especially in the case of Bolivia, where lithium is also nationalized, to move forward together on methods to extract and use the material.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that talks are underway between the governments of Mexico, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile to create a lithium association to share knowledge, experience, and technologies to develop the mineral.

At the morning conference, he said that the countries need to share their experiences, especially in the case of Bolivia, where lithium is also nationalized, to move forward together on methods to extract and use the material.

The questions of May 3 "There has been some communication with the president of Bolivia; he, in turn, has a relationship, as we . . .

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