Liex SA confirmed as Gold Sponsor for Argentina Mining 2016 in Salta
MENDOZA, ARGENTINA. July 19, 2016. Argentina Mining is pleased to announce that Liex SA, a Canadian company listed in the TSX-V, is now supporting the 11th International Convention on Business Opportunities in Exploration, Geology and Mining, Argentina Mining 2016, which will take place September 7-9, 2016, in Salta Province, as Gold Sponsor.

The company, local subsidiary of Neo Lithium, has staked land in the new discovery area named Tres Quebradas, located in Catamarca province. The property is strategically placed near the border with Chile, 250km from the port city of Caldera.
Surface sampling indicate high values of lithium, comparable or higher than deposits already in production.

“It is very important that Liex SA is joining us for the first time, as one of the new players in the lithium space worldwide”, said Nivaldo Rojas, President of Argentina Mining, organizers of Argentina Mining 2016.

Liex joins over 80 companies already confirmed for the 20th year anniversary of the first Argentina Mining. The convention offers a 3-day conference program, exhibition of mining projects, products and services of main suppliers, and multiple networking opportunities.

About Argentina Mining SA

Argentina Mining SA is an Events and Marketing firm focused on the Argentinean mining market, with offices in Mendoza and Salta. Its objectives are gathering the mining community in Argentina and providing a place to promote the activity in the world, developing business opportunities for its members. The company organizes the premium international event of the Argentinean mining sector, the Argentina Mining Convention, which takes place biennially in Argentina since 1996, and the Latin Exploration Conference, among others. Additionally, it provides advisory services in public relations and marketing and develops supplementary products. 

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About Neo Lithium Corp.
Neo Lithium is a company governed by the laws of the Province of Ontario, which holds mineral and surface rights over a newly discovered and unique lithium salar and brine reservoir complex in Catamarca Province, Argentina. The technical team that discovered this unique complex is one of the most experienced in the modern era in lithium salars, having discovered and lead the technical work, including resource definition and full feasibility study that established the Cauchari lithium salar as one of the largest and highest quality lithium salars in the world.

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