President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador held a closed-door meeting this Friday, October 28, at sound with the United States Special Envoy for Climate, John Kerrywhere they addressed the issue of lithium.
Accompanied by the American ambassador Ken Salazar and the economic officer of the United States embassy in Mexico, Steve Conlon, the special envoy for the climate, boarded together with Lopez Obrador the exploitation of lithium and electric car industry.
The meeting takes place after Canada and the United States requested consultations with Mexico in July of this year to review Mexico’s energy policy, within the framework of the North American trade agreement (USMCA).
The President Lopez Obrador announced that the meeting in Consar: how you can compare the yields of the Afores | would be to evaluate “the electrical plans, but also the Sound Planwhich includes lithium, batteries, automotive industry”.
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In March of this year, Kerry presented several proposals to the Mexican Executive to achieve a consensus that would give rise to a legislative reform in Mexico in energy matters, prioritizing Pemex against private companies.