Mexican juniors highlight lithium potential following scoping study

By Adam Page
Published: Tuesday, 23 December 2014

With supply for lithium mining low in time for peak demand according to market analysts, a potential, low-cost supply from Bacanora could be interesting to investors and fill a perceived supply hole.

Bacanora and Rare Earth Minerals (REM) could become one of the largest and lowest-cost lithium carbonate producers in the world, according to its recent scoping study.

UK-based Rare Earth Minerals PLC (REM) has an economic interest of 38% in the Mexican-based El Sauz and Fleur Lithium projects, with Bacanora Minerals Ltd holding...

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