Lithium industry at a crossroad By Reuters

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Global lithium producers, investors, analysts and regulators are in Santiago this week for the annual Fastmarkets Lithium Supply & Markets Conference. Breakneck demand for the white metal from Tesla Inc and other automakers has sparked rapid development, but oversupply concerns, as well as controversy over the best way to track industry pricing, is clouding that growth.


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