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Why Nigeria turn down Tesla’s mining deal

By Guardian Exclusive
21 September 2022   |   2:15 pm
Nigeria has refused to enter into a mining deal with Tesla, a top American electronic car manufacturer, battery energy storage, Solar panels, and solar roof tiles. The deal was expected to see Tesla, Inc. mine lithium in Nigeria for its production.

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