Bolivia has the largest reserves of lithium with 21 mn tons

Bolivia has in its territory, about 21 million certified metric tons. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported in February of this year, in its annual report “Mineral Commodity Summaries”, that Bolivia is the first lithium holder displacing Argentina, which occupied that position until 2019. More than one country will likely be interested in participating in the development of what could be Bolivia’s new economic engine. However, those ambitious plans will have to wait for the elections of a new government, the end of the quarantine and the hard reactivation of the mining and industrial sector.

Source: El Deber