SQM’s winning lithium bid declared “invalid” by government

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Tuesday, 02 October 2012

Mining undersecretary resigns amid scandal; no winners for bid.

SQM’s winning bid to develop a lithium concession in Chile was declared as invalid on Monday by the Chilean government as it still had legal issues pending with the state.

 

Following the news, undersecretary of mining, Pablo Wagner, who has defended SQM’s bid in public over the...

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