Argentina and Bolivia deepen joint lithium research agenda

Argentina and Bolivia, exporters of primary inputs such as unrefined lithium carbonate, are seeking to become producers in the lithium value chain.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the aim of pursuing and deepening the common scientific-technological exchange and development agenda in lithium research, Argentine Minister of Science Daniel Filmus and his counterpart from the Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energy of the Plurinational State of Bolivia Franklin Molina Ortiz held an online meeting yesterday October 13.

"Promoting energy sovereignty, providing added value to our natural resources and deepening joint efforts is a substantial part of our agenda with Bolivia, but they are also president Alberto Fernández's instructions to me when I took over the portfolio." "We are working towards generating . . .

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