Lithium Americas: Unlocking Value With A Business Separation


  • Lithium Americas Corp. recently announced that it would separate its business based on the location of its assets.
  • The company believes this will allow it to realize more value from its assets, which should aid in financing efforts and maximizing shareholder value.
  • While the lithium industry continues to consolidate, with big names buying up many of the most promising assets, it’s interesting to see Lithium Americas go this route.
  • This idea was discussed in more depth with members of my private investing community, Green Growth Giants. Learn More »

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Earlier today, Lithium Americas Corp. (NYSE:LAC) announced that it is moving forward with plans to separate the company’s North American and South American operations into two separate companies. This idea was first floated in February, alongside the company’s

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