Tianqi's official board nominations will take place on April 25 at a shareholders meeting in Santiago.
Tianqi Lithium Corp Mining News
The world’s No.3 producer of the metal used in electric vehicle batteries said the candidates will be “fair” and “responsible toward shareholders”.
While the decision is final and not subject to appeal, one legal hurdle remains — Pampa Group, which controls SQM, earlier this month filed an additional appeal with Chile’s TDLC antitrust court.
On Oct. 11, Chile's Constitutional Court put the brakes on a $4 billion deal allowing the sale of A 24 percent stake in SQM to China's Tianqi Lithium Corp.
The controlling shareholder in Chilean lithium producer SQM on Wednesday filed suit with Chile's Constitutional Court.