Economy

Bolivia picks Chinese strategic partner for $US2.3bn lithium projects

The Bolivian government signed a joint venture with the Chinese consortium Xinjiang TBEA Group-Baocheng to industrialised lithium in the country. The joint venture plan to open eight lithium plants in the Coipasa and Pastos Grandes salt flats in Potosi with an investment of $US2.3 billion. The project also aims to open a lithium batteries factory in China.

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Source: El Deber

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