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Tianqi Lithium Industry: unrest in the Chilean Capital has not affected Mining Enterprises
Oct 24,2019 15:13CST
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In response to the recent series of unrest in the Chilean capital on the impact of the company's assets in Chile, Tianqi lithium industry on the 24th on the interactive platform to reply to investors.
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM10, 24 Jun: in response to the recent series of unrest in the Chilean capital on the company's assets in Chile, Tianqi Lithium responded to investors on the interactive platform on the 24th, according to recent reports by Chilean local media, Chilean Mining Minister Baldo Prokurica said that because Chile's main mining areas are located in the north, and far from towns, so the riots did not affect Chilean mining companies. The company closely monitors the situation in Chile and maintains close contact with the Chilean local community.

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