Strategically Located Lithium Projects in North and South America
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Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI, OTCMKTS:DJIFF, Germany:C2U1) is a Canadian exploration and development company, holding strategically located brine-based lithium projects in Nevada and Argentina, with assets that tie Dajin to the clean-tech economy and growing demand for a strategic mineral.
Dajin has been exploring in Nevada since 2014 and holds a 100 percent interest in the Teels Marsh valley and Alkali spring projects. Nevada hosts Tesla Motors’ (NASAQ:TSLA, partnered with Panasonic Corp.) new lithium-ion battery, power storage and electric vehicle gigafactory.
In Nevada, Dajin has been moving forward aggressively on exploration and development activities at Teels Marsh valley in preparation for drilling in 2017. Water rights for the Teels Marsh valley were granted to Dajin by the Nevada Division of Water Resources in 2016 and represent an important aspect of development that is becoming increasingly evident as companies situated in Clayton Valley vie for permits and water rights.
Dajin Resources Corp. Investment Highlights
- Dajin holds high-quality lithium exploration targets at a time of growing demand for this strategic metal.
- Dajin’s key properties are advantageously located within Nevada’s lithium hub and South America’s Lithium Triangle.
- The company is exploring for brine-based lithium, which can be mined at a substantially lower cost than hard rock deposits.
- In Nevada, Dajin holds water rights at Teels Marsh valley and water rights are in process at Alkali Spring valley.