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Bloomberg
Jan 6, 2017 9:30pm EST
, but it is starting to fall behind countries like australia and china when it comes to production. and in china, it is a one stop shop with the mining and battery production happening together. this is a leap chilean companies have been unwilling to make. maybe make the batteries here in chile? >> well, for me, it would be company, weut the mining,rts in experts in producing lithium. if we put that to produce batteries, we will probably not do as well. ♪ ashlee: things have been tense between the mines and the chilean government. the feds have put strict quotas on lithium production and have also been trying to act tough and save face after some politicos were accused of taking bribes. environmentalists are not huge fans of the mines either. they say water is being sucked from nearby lagoons that feed these flocks of sunning fleming goes. flamingos. >> what we do here has absolutely no impact on the flamingos. we are still responsible for what is happening with them. we need to do counting of the flamingos every year. we identify them by the feathers on their tails. ashlee: the
Bloomberg
Mar 31, 2017 9:30pm EDT
lithium deposits in the world, but it started to fall behind countries like australia and china when it comes to production. in decline, it is a one stop shop with the mining and battery production happening together. this is a leap chilean companies have been unwilling to take. >> maybe you could make the batteries here in chile. >> well, for me it would be great. but the company is an expert in mining and producing lithium. it would put us to produce batteries, we are probably not going to do it well. >> things have been extra tense lately between the mines and the chilean government. the feds have put strict quotas on lithium production, and they have always been trying to act tough and save face after some were accused of taking bribes from the mind. environmentalists aren't huge fans of the mines either. they say that water is being sucked from nearby lagoons that ed these flocks of flamingoes. >> what we do here has no impact on the flamingos, but still we are responsible of what happens to them. we do a counting of the flamingos every year. we identify them by the feathers on the
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