Tianqi Lithium introduces strategic investor Australia IGO

By Carrie Shi
Published: Wednesday, 09 December 2020

China’s Tianqi Lithium’s wholly-owned subsidiary Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia (TLEA) has brought in new strategic investor Australia-listed IGO as a 49% stakeholder, with both parties signing an initial investment agreement on Wednesday December 9.

IGO Lithium Holdings, a subsidiary of IGO, will contribute $1.4 billion in cash to acquire a 49% stake in TLEA. The remaining 51% stake will continue to be held by TLEA.  

IGO is an Australia Stock Exchange-listed exploration and mining company focused on the development of clean...

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