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Lithium Triangle: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Argentina, Bolivia and Chile have two things in common. One is geographical: they share sections of the Andes range of mountains. The other is geological and becomes economic: together, they have more than half of the world’s lithium reserves. Lithium, at least until technological prowess finds a better way, is crucial for the energy transition.


Milei’s Energy Sector Vision for Argentina May Meet Resistance

After his victory in the 13 August primaries, libertarian economist Javier Milei is now the obvious frontrunner in Argentina’s presidential race. As his chances of winning the presidency grow, Milei has begun assembling more detailed plans for his potential time in office — including significant goals for the energy sector that may have a hard time getting through Congress.