Lithium Properties 1/2 the Size of NYC | Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp

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Fact, Argentina is the third largest global producer of lithium in the heart of the prolific lithium triangle. Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. owns highly prospective lithium properties half the size of New York City. It has proven discovery success.

The global demand for a cleaner, greener future is a goal which Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSX-V: LIT , OTC:PNXLF, FSE:OAY2) believes it can support through exploration for alternative fuel materials.

Lithium batteries have become the front-running rechargeable energy storage medium. Particularly for the rapidly growing electric vehicle industry, creating a strong demand forecast for lithium.

Argentina comprises a significant portion of the Lithium Triangle, which is home to more than half of the world’s resources of lithium.

About Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management team that pioneered the mineral exploration industry in Argentina. We have operated there since 1993.

The group has made three exceptional metal deposit discoveries, and it broadened its focus to include alternative fuels in the mid 2000’s.

The Grosso Group has been following the lithium battery sector and believes this is the time to expand its efforts in lithium resource development in the highly prospective Argentinean portion of the Lithium Triangle.

The Grosso Group leverages its vast network of local, regional and international industry contacts to support the exploration team in their search for quality resource opportunities.

The Company believes it can build value for its shareholders by capitalizing on its team’s experience and success. So that it can acquire the best under-explored and undeveloped lithium projects, starting with the Arizaro Project in the province of Salta.

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