* Large deposit could make Bolivia big supplier * Investors might be wary * Quality of the deposit in question By Eduardo Garcia and Diego Ore LA PAZ, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Bolivia's Uyuni salt lake may hold the world's largest lithium bounty, but the socialist policies of President Evo Morales and questions about the quality of the deposits may prevent the impoverished nation from benefiting from the resource. Lithium is a key component in rechargeable batteries that power laptop ...
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