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ACI, a family-run clean tech and machinery supplier, has no experience producing lithium. The company dismisses concerns from some lithium analysts about its ability to deliver, saying its small size gives it more flexibility to bring partners from different fields into the project. Schmutz said the company has preliminary lithium supply deals with major German carmakers, but declined to provide details, citing non-disclosure agreements. None of Germany’s top three carmakers – BMW, VW or Daimler – confirmed any agreement with ACI when contacted by Reuters expanding cufflinks.
BMW said it was in preliminary talks with ACI but had made no decision. VW said ensuring supplies and stable prices for raw materials was important, but noted lithium production in Bolivia was particularly demanding expanding cufflinks. Daimler board member Ola Kaellenius said: “If it’s happening, we’re not part of it.”. ACI said the carmakers that it was in talks with would not be able to confirm anything publicly until final deals were made. THE GREAT GAME – LITHIUM VERSION. The global battle for control of lithium has been likened to the “Great Game,” the term coined to describe the struggle between Russia and Britain for influence and territory in Central Asia in the 19th Century..
The Bolivian project includes plans to build a lithium hydroxide plant and a factory for producing electric car batteries in Bolivia. Once completed, the factory will help to fulfill Morales’ ambition to break with Bolivia’s historic role as a mere exporter of raw materials. ACI has said it expects the lithium hydroxide plant to have an annual production capacity of 35,000-40,000 tonnes by the end of 2022, similar in output to plants operated by the world’s top lithium producers. Eighty percent of that would be exported to Germany expanding cufflinks.
ACI’s willingness to build a battery plant in Bolivia, helped to seal the deal, said Echazu, the deputy minister. The Chinese did not want to build a battery plant in Bolivia because they felt it made no economic sense to ship in materials to make the batteries only to re-import the final product to China, he said. China’s embassy in La Paz declined to comment on the Uyuni project, but said the potential for future cooperation with Bolivia on lithium was “huge.”. Bolivia’s state-owned lithium producer YLB will own 51 percent of the new joint venture expanding cufflinks. Control of the project was another key demand of the Bolivians, who have bitter memories of foreign powers meddling in the former Spanish colony to seize its natural resources..
Juan Carlos Montenegro, the head of YLB, said geopolitics was a factor for Bolivia in deciding which companies to work with expanding cufflinks. “We don’t want a single country to set the rules, we want balance and other world powers must help create that balance,” he said. “So for Bolivia it’s important to have not just economic partners for markets, but geopolitical strategic partners.”. He stressed, however, that Bolivia had not been predisposed against China in deciding who had made the best offer. “China-Bolivia relations are still good. China is present in every country in the world and impossible to avoid,” he said..