RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This comes at a time when political disputes are raging in Chile after the government announced a national and international public call in October 2020 for the signing of specific exploitation contracts for the development and extraction of deposits in the country.
Yesterday, Wednesday, Chile's Ministry of Mines teams and Minister Juan Carlos Jobet met with representatives of president-elect Gabriel Boric to try to reach an agreement on the bidding process.
There were disagreements over quotas and other aspects, but both parties agreed that they would try to unify criteria: Lithium, like copper, is . . .