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This chart shows which countries produce the most lithium

These infographic charts more than 25 years of lithium production by country from 1995 to 2021. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Govind Bhutada

Author, Visual Capitalist

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Graphic showing 25 years of lithium production
Global lithium production has quadrupled since 2010. Image: Visual Capitalist

Batteries have been one of the primary drivers of the exponential increase in lithium production.
Batteries have been one of the primary drivers of the exponential increase in lithium production. Image: Visual Capitalist

The recent rise in EV adoption has sent lithium production to new highs.
The recent rise in EV adoption has sent lithium production to new highs. Image: Visual Capitalist

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