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Rio Tinto in Serbia: Lithium exploitation plan presented

Finally, the plan of the whole Jadar project saw the light of day. Here are some of the most important side projects and what...

Lithium mining concessions in Portugal “crystal clear”

The Minister of the Environment has said that the process of granting lithium mining concessions in Montalegre is “crystal clear”.   João Pedro Matos Fernandes, Minister...

Serbia should aim for mining processing and not only exploration

Although Mr. Ndegva does not appear to be a colonial deputy, his rhetoric has a colonial tone, no matter how hard he tries to...

Portugal’s Government Under Fire Over Controversial Lithium Contract

Portugal's government came under fire from lawmakers for signing a contract giving exploration rights for lithium mining to a three-day old firm, but the...

Serbia: Zidjin squeezes out competition for huge profit in announcement – Chinese giant wants only exploration of Bor area

It also plans to offer the British-Australian "Rio Tinto" a buyout of their stake   Chinese company Zidjin, after the acquisition of the remaining 60 percent...

Serbia might become a mining leader in this part of Europe

With the realization of the mining projects of "Chukaru Peki" and "Jadar" in Serbia, the share of mining in GDP can jump from the...

Portugal NGO Quercus urges government to ‘rethink lithium’ and avoid “environmental disaster”

Environmental NGO Quercus is urging the newly-inaugurated Portuguese government to rethink its strategy for lithium exploration in order to avoid an environmental disaster. With the...

Rio Tinto invests $200 mln in Serbia’s Jadar lithium project exploration

British-Australian mining group Rio Tinto has so far invested $200 million (181.5 million euro) in the exploration of the Jadar lithium borate project in Serbia...

Serbia has the world’s largest lithium reserves

When will the exploitation of lithium, an element that builds into long-life current batteries and one of the most demanded elements in the world,...
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