Korean lithium investors require Chile to lift mining ban

By Mark Watts
Published: Tuesday, 23 November 2010

NX Uno project owner Errázuriz asks local authorities to drop extraction barrier

South Korean groups will require Chile to reform its lithium mining laws before benefiting from recent investments in developing brine resources in the Atacama Desert.

Korea Resources Corp. (Kores) and Samsung C&T Corp. have earmarked a joint investment of $190m. in the NX Uno project to secure raw materials for...

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