Mali, a landlocked country in West Africa, has discovered 694,000 tons of lithium, and suddenly its mining ministry believes it will be a producer of the battery metal by 2020

Posted by on November 19, 2018 9:01 pm
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As reported by Mining.com, Mali, a landlocked country in West Africa, has discovered 694,000 tons of lithium, and suddenly its mining ministry believes it will be a producer of the battery metal by 2020.

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