Business group blasts Mexico’s new lithium law as violating trade deal

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MEXICO CITY, April 27 (Reuters) – A Mexican law that nationalizes its future lithium industry violates its trade obligations and could prove costly to the government if mining companies seek to recoup losses, the local branch of the International Chamber of Commerce said on Wednesday.Mexico’s Congress last week approved a bill championed by President Andres…

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