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Representatives from France and Bolivia have signed several letters focused on collaboration regarding renewables, nuclear energy and lithium, according to PV magazine. The letters are part of a cooperative agreement on cultural, scientific and technical matters between the two countries that goes back almost 20 years.

Representatives from France and Bolivia have signed several letters focused on collaboration regarding renewables, nuclear energy and lithium, according to PV magazine. The letters are part of a cooperative agreement on cultural, scientific and technical matters between the two countries that goes back almost 20 years.

As quoted in the publication:

Another letter focusing on lithium production was signed by the Minister of Mining and Metallurgy César Navarro and Liten Director Lambert. Bolivia has one of the largest lithium reserves in the world. According to the statement, the letter of intent foresees collaborative programs throughout the entire lithium value chain, including batteries. The two countries also intend to work together on innovation aimed industrial development.

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