Sigma, which recently received its license to begin hard rock lithium mining in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, met with Tesla supplier Ganfeng Lithium (002460.SZ), at the automaker’s request. But it is holding off on a deal because of the terms the Chinese company is demanding, Chief Executive Calvyn Gardner said in an interview.
“There’s a bunch of other things that they need, not just prices, but other demands which are a little more complicated that sort of restricts Sigma to […]
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