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Tianqi Lithium's Controlling Shareholder Plans To Unload Up To 6% Stake
BRIEF-Tianqi Lithium Swings To Loss In Q1, Sees Net Loss In H1
Tianqi Lithium Adjusts Prelim Net Loss For 2019 To 6.0 Bln Yuan
Tianqi Lithium Corporation, formerly Sichuan Tianqi Lithium Industries, Inc., is a China-based company principally engaged in the research and development, manufacture and distribution of lithium products. The Company primarily provides lithium mineral products, lithium compounds, derived lithium products and others. The Company's lithium products are mainly applied in metallurgy, electronics, glass and ceramics, battery, rubber, medical treatment and other industries. The Company distributes its products in domestic and to overseas markets.
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China's Tianqi Lithium Corp , one of the world's biggest lithium producers, said on Friday it had made a regular interest payment on a $300 million bond, easing fears about the company's immediate financial health.
Albemarle Corp said on Thursday it wants to take control of Australia's Greenbushes, the world's largest lithium mine, signaling it intends to block any rival from buying Tianqi Lithium Corp's controlling stake.
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp <002466.SZ>, one of the world's biggest lithium producers, said on Monday its controlling shareholder planned to sell around a sixth of its holding, which could raise more than $200 million in much-needed cash.
* Top lithium producer has to repay $1.9 bln of Citic loan in Nov
Albemarle Corp <ALB.N> said on Thursday it was interested in buying all or part of Tianqi Lithium Corp's <002466.SZ> controlling stake in Australia's Greenbushes, the world's largest lithium mine.
Albemarle Corp said on Thursday it was interested in buying all or part of Tianqi Lithium Corp's controlling stake in Australia's Greenbushes, the world's largest lithium mine.
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp said on Wednesday it expects to post a net loss of up to 932.4 million yuan ($131.7 million) in the first half of 2020 on lower lithium prices, after revising to a much worse-than-expected 6 billion yuan loss for last year.
* Company sees 2019 loss at 6 bln yuan vs 2.8 bln yuan previously
* Tianqi responds to report it wants to sell stake in Australia JV
Tianqi Lithium Corp <002466.SZ>, one of the world's top lithium producers, said on Friday it was exploring selling equity and assets, as well as bringing in strategic investors to address liquidity problems but that no agreements had yet been signed.
Tianqi Lithium Corp , one of the world's top lithium producers, said on Friday it was exploring selling equity and assets, as well as bringing in a strategic investor to address liquidity problems but that no agreement had yet been signed.
* Top lithium producer expects to lose up to 510 mln yuan in Q1
* Tianqi Lithium says coronavirus has exacerbated tight liquidity
* Tianqi has loss of 53.9 mln yuan in Q3, first since Q1 2014
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp <002466.SZ>, one of the world's biggest lithium producers, said on Tuesday that its Australian unit had signed a long-term supply agreement with Swedish battery maker Northvolt.
China's Tianqi Lithium has begun production of lithium hydroxide at its Western Australian plant this week, it said, as it flagged a delay to a second phase expansion amid a downdraft in prices for the battery chemical.
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp, one of the world's biggest lithium producers, said on Thursday its first-half net profit fell 85.2% from the same period a year ago as prices slumped for the metal used in electric vehicle (EV) batteries.
* Tianqi Lithium Corp said on Tuesday it would strengthen inspections on its production facilities and equipment after two earthquakes struck its home province of Sichuan in southwest China.
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp said on Wednesday it would nominate two Chileans and a U.S. businessman to the board of lithium miner SQM, candidates seen as 'safe choices' for the world's No. 2 lithium producer as it faces booming demand.
China's Tianqi Lithium Corp said on Wednesday it would nominate a Chilean economist, a Chilean attorney and a U.S. executive as candidates to the board of top Chilean lithium producer SQM, in which it owns a near-24 percent stake.
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