A major automaker buys a stake in a lithium developer
Carmaker Stellantis bought an 8% stake in direct lithium extraction company Vulcan Energy Resources for $52 million this week.
On Friday Kitco Roundtable's Michael McCrae sat down with the CEO of Golden Shield Resources, Leo Hathaway. Kitco correspondent Paul Harris and editor Neils Christensen recorded a segment from the Yukon, where they are participating in a mine tour.
Amsterdam-based Stellantis was formed from the merger of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the French PSA Group. Revenues in 2021 were $160 billion.
Golden Shield Resources (CSE:GSRI) is a gold-exploration company focused on three, 100% owned, exploration projects in Guyana, South America.