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  • Chinese firm Yahua enhances lithium industry layout by increasing shareholding in Australian resources firm EFE

    Sichuan Yahua Industrial Group Co., Ltd. (Yahua, 002497.SZ), a Chinese company focusing on lithium and civil explosive business, announced Tuesday that its wholly-owned subsidiary Yahua International Investment and Development Co., Ltd.will subscribe for additional 2 million Australian dollars of shares from Eastern Resources Limited (EFE), an Australian firm.

    September28,2022


  • Chinese company to work with Australian gold mining firm, explore lithium resource

    Shandong Yulong Gold Co., Ltd. (Yulong, 601028.SH) recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Yuxin Holdings Pty Limited plans to sign a cooperation agreement with the Australia's Barto Gold Mining Pty Ltd to jointly conduct risk exploration for potential lithium ore resources, reported Shanghai Securities News on Tuesday.

    June01,2022


  • Chinese companies join hands to support lithium exploration in Zimbabwe

    China's Sinomine Resource Group Co., Ltd. (Sinomine, 002738.SZ) and Shenzhen Chengxin Lithium Group Co., Ltd. (Chengxin Lithium, 002240.SZ) agreed on Monday that the two parties will set up a joint venture in Zimbabwe to enhance cooperation on lithium mine projects, according to a Sinomine announcement, reported Shanghai Securities News.

    May10,2022


  • ​Chinese company to buy shares of Canadian mineral firm for lithium resources

    Sichuan Yahua Industrial Group Co.,Ltd. announced on April 17 that its wholly-owned subsidiary Yahua International Investment and Development Co., Ltd. has inked a share subscription agreement with Ultra Lithium Inc., a Canadian company focusing on exploration and development of lithium resources.

    April19,2022


  • BMW buys lithium for half a billion euros in China

    BMW has secured lithium for its vehicle battery cells to the value of 540 million euros (600 million dollars) from Chinese producer Ganfeng, the German carmaker said in Munich on Wednesday.

    December13,2019


  • China battery giant CATL achieves 304Wh/kg in new battery cells

    China's largest lithium battery producer, Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd. (CATL), has announced that it has created a lithium-ion sample battery cell with an energy level of 304Wh/kg.

    March21,2019


  • Aussie lithium mine expands to supply lucrative Chinese electric car market

    Western Australian company Pilbara Minerals is firmly on track to become one of the world's major global lithium raw material producers, managing director and CEO Ken Brinsden said on Thursday.

    January03,2019


  • China’s Qinghai accelerates dev. of lithium power industry chain

    Northwest China's Qinghai is accelerating development of the lithium power industry chain and strengthening close cooperation with the domestic leading companies such as BYD and BAIC Motor...

    June27,2018


  • China’s Qinghai accelerates dev. of lithium power industry chain

    Northwest China's Qinghai is accelerating development of the lithium power industry chain and strengthening close cooperation with the domestic leading companies such as BYD and BAIC Motor...

    June27,2018


  • Production base for lithium battery material planned in NW China

    Construction on a production base for lithium carbonate, a raw material for making lithium batteries, is expected to begin in March in China's lithium-rich province of Qinghai.

    February05,2018


  • Samsung plant in Tianjin denies fire caused by lithium batteries

    Samsung China said the minor fire at a waste warehouse in Tianjin was not caused by lithium batteries as speculated.

    February10,2017


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