Opinon: Lithium Market Set To Explode; All Eyes Are On Nevada

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Most of the world’s lithium comes from Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Australia and China, but American resources being developed by new entrants into this market have set up the state of Nevada to become the key venue and proving ground for game-changing trade in this everyday mineral. At the end of the day, Nevada has enough lithium brine to earn it a place among the key global venues—a list that for now includes the “Lithium Triangle” of Bolivia, Argentina and Chile, as well as China.

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Tony Karrer Delicious EVdriven

Most of the worlds Lithium is located in Bolivia, 50% plus. Which means we would be extremely vunerable to Bolivia for our transportation needs, to a degree which we have never been to a foreign country. Bolivia is no friend of the USA.

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