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View of the monitors displaying values of the shares of SQM (Chemical and Mining Society of Chile) at Santiago's stock exchange, on May 17, 2018. China's Tianqi Lithium has agreed to acquire a 24 percent stake in Chile's SQM, one of the world's largest lithium producers, in a deal worth $4.07 billion, the companies announced / AFP / CLAUDIO REYES





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