Japan and Bolivia to cooperate on lithium extraction

By Mark Watts
Published: Monday, 13 December 2010

Leaders meet in Tokyo to discuss developing largest global lithium resource

Japan and Bolivia have agreed to cooperate on developing the South American country’s lithium resources during a meeting between leaders in Tokyo.


Bolivia has looked at a number of ways to exploit the brine reserves – believed to be the biggest in the world – but is wary...

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