China-Australia lithium tie-up highlights symbiotic bond, ‘mutual respect’ amid green energy drive

A US$1.4 billion joint venture between Chengdu-based Tianqi Lithium and Australian company IGO has produced Australia’s first battery-grade lithium hydroxide, which is a key material for making lithium batteries for electric vehicles.


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