Chile government backs Corfo, SQM efforts to resolve royalty dispute -media


SANTIAGO, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Chile's government has given the go-ahead for state development agency Corfo to proceed with a deal to resolve a dispute with miner SQM over lithium royalties, newspaper La Tercera reported on Saturday. Government ministers who sit on Corfo's board of directors indicated their support at a meeting Friday afternoon in which Corfo Vice President Eduardo Bitran said the two parties' lawyers were drafting an agreement. The final round of talks before ...


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