Tianqi could ramp up mine output to meet lithium target

By Albert Li
Published: Monday, 04 September 2017

In order to ensure sufficient raw material supply to meet its 100,000tpa lithium chemical production target, Chinese producer Tianqi could further increase spodumene output at its joint-venture Australian mine or speed up production at its new Sichuan project.

Chinese producer Tianqi Lithium Corp could ramp up spodumene production at joint-venture Talison Lithium Ltd and speed up progress of its Sichuan project to meet internal raw material demand.        

During a question and answer session on 18 August, investors questioned Tianqi on the...

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