Argentina’s new president, Mauricio Macri, has introduced the country’s economy to the 21st Century. The impact of his revolutionary economic policies have begun to reenergise an Argentina that was on its knees.
The implications for its natural resource sector could be significant and there are few more promising today than lithium. Over the last decade, Argentina’s neighbour, Chile, has capitalised on the speciality mineral’s growing prominence in batteries however domestically developments have now stalled, despite the country having one of the world’s largest lithium brine operations.
With unresolved political problems in Chile delaying any significant . . .
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