Global Briefing: Rio Tinto loses lithium mining license in Serbia

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Rio Tinto has hoped to develop one of the world's biggest lithium mines at the site in Serbia | Credit: Uttamstef12
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Rio Tinto has hoped to develop one of the world's biggest lithium mines at the site in Serbia | Credit: Uttamstef12

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Rio Tinto lithium mining license revoked in Serbia The Serbian government has revoked Rio Tinto's lithium exploration licenses in the Eastern European country after major protests against the mining...

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