On the morning of September 1st, Tianqi Lithium Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Chile in a successful virtual ceremony at the Consulate General of Chile in Chengdu. Mr. Xia Juncheng, Chairman and President of Tianqi Lithium Corporation (referred to as “Tianqi Lithium Corporation”), along with Ms. Xiong Wanyu, Senior Vice President, and other company officials, attended the signing ceremony at the Consulate General of Chile in Chengdu. On the other side, Mr. Francisco Martínez, Dean of the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Chile, along with university representatives and the head of Tianqi Lithium Corporation's office in Chile, participated in the signing ceremony at the University of Chile. Additionally, Mr. Gustavo Díaz Hidalgo, Consul General of Chile in Chengdu, was present and delivered a speech. Mr. Xia Juncheng, on behalf of Tianqi Lithium Corporation, and Mr. Francisco Martínez, Dean of the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Chile, officially signed the Memorandum of Understanding.
Mr. Gustavo Díaz Hidalgo, Consul General of Chile in Chengdu, delivered a speech
Consul General Gustavo Díaz congratulated the signing ceremony, emphasizing that the successful collaboration between Tianqi Lithium Corporation and the University of Chile would create fresh opportunities for bilateral cooperation. This includes talent development, joint research, and technological innovation in the new energy sectors of both countries, ultimately yielding outstanding outcomes in the lithium battery and clean energy industries.
Mr. Xia Juncheng, Chairman and President of Tianqi Lithium Corporation, delivered a speech
In his speech, Mr. Xia Juncheng noted that the signing of this memorandum signifies a partnership founded on the strengths of both parties. He expressed confidence that, given the ongoing development of Sino-Chilean relations, Tianqi Lithium Corporation and the University of Chile would engage in practical collaboration. Together, they could invigorate exchanges and cooperation between China and Chile.
Signing ceremony at the Chilean Consulate General in Chengdu
Established in 1842, the University of Chile stands as one of Latin America's oldest and most esteemed comprehensive universities. The Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, representing the University of Chile in this agreement, is among the university's founding colleges. It plays a pivotal role in Chile's research landscape, with engineering, geology, astronomy, and related majors. Additionally, within the faculty, there is an Advanced Mining Technology Center, which is a key lab under the Chilean Ministry of Science and Technology. It collaborates with many renowned mining research institutions and global enterprises. Mr. Francisco Martínez, Dean of the Faculty of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Chile, emphasized the university's crucial mission. This mission includes supporting the sustainable growth of Chile's lithium industry, fostering skilled professionals, and creating a globally leading intelligent ecosystem. Through cooperation with Tianqi Lithium Corporation, the University of Chile will strengthen communication, strive for cooperation in various fields, and wholeheartedly fulfill its mission. In closing, Mr. Martínez extended his appreciation to the Department of Industrial Engineering for their steadfast efforts in making this collaboration a reality.
Signing ceremony at the University of Chile
Tianqi Lithium Corporation, a global leader in new energy materials with lithium as its core focus, is dedicated to utilizing a wide range of clean energy sources. Through this agreement, in partnership with the University of Chile, the company will collaborate on lithium extraction technology, environmental protection, efficient water resource utilization, and talent development. Together, they are committed to actively contributing to the global shift towards sustainable energy and green, low-carbon development.
Note: The MOU signed this time is a non-binding document, and some of its
provisions lack legal obligations. It will not significantly affect the company's present or future performance.
The actual implementation and specific details of the outlined intentions carry uncertainty. We kindly remind all investors to make rational investments and be aware of investment risks.