9 min read.Updated: 11 Aug 2022, 05:26 PM ISTRyan Dube, The Wall Street Journal
A California-sized piece of South America is stifling production of the metal at a time when battery makers desperately need it
SALAR DE ATACAMA (CHILE) : Hailed as the Saudi Arabia of lithium, this California-sized chunk of terrain accounts for some 55% of the world’s known deposits of the metal, a key component in electric-vehicle batteries.
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