Governance of strategic minerals in Latin America: the case of Lithium
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The objectives of this report are twofold: The first is to provide an integrated overview of the governance of strategic minerals in the Latin American and Caribbean region, focused on sharing the economic-resource rent. The second objective is to provide a context for the policy proposal of the Chilean National Lithium Commission (NLC. The collected data, and information, on the various fiscal regimes can be used as a reference for further research. The objectives in this report are met by analyzing distinct aspects of strategic mineral governance, in three different parts. The lithium-industry serves as a case study for this report, as an example of a strategic mineral.
Introduction .-- I. The lithium industry .-- II. Sharing the economic resource rent .-- III. The lithium industry .-- IV. Profiles of lithium producing countries .-- V. Lithium governance in Chile .-- VI. The national lithium commission.
SerieDocumentos de Proyectos No. 669
ECLAC SubtopicsINCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT ; MINING RESOURCES ; NATURAL RESOURCES ; REGULATION
United Nations SubtopicsMINERALS ; MINERAL RESOURCES ; GOVERNANCE ; ECONOMIC REGULATION ; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ; CASE STUDIES
Country / RegionLATIN AMERICA ; CHILE
Project(s)Programa de Cooperación CEPAL-AECID