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Lithium is a critical resource for any kind of technology reliant on lithium-ion batteries. Yet most of the world's lithium comes from just three countries: Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia. This map from The Economist (UK) shows South America's "lithium triangle." (Other countries that won the geological lottery and have smaller lithium deposits: China, the U.S., Australia, and Canada.) cdn.static-economist.com/sites/default/files/images/print-edition/20170617_AMM932.png
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