Friday, June 03, 2011

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"International Lithium Corp: China Closes Strategic Lithium Transaction in Latin America. SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In another sign of Latin America’s growing strategic importance to China, SinoLatin Capital announced today the successful closing of Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium Co. Ltd’s (“Ganfeng Lithium”) acquisition of 9.99% of International Lithium Corp. (“ILC”) a company trading on the Canadian TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker symbol ILC. SinoLatin Capital served as advisor to ILC on the transaction. The strategic relationship agreement provides for, among other things, the right for Ganfeng Lithium to maintain and increase its percentage ownership in ILC, grants certain marketing and offtake rights and provides for ILC board representation...
“Lithium is becoming an increasing vital element that will be essential in the development of sustainable technologies to curb global warming emissions,” noted Wang Xiaoshen, General Manager of Ganfeng Lithium. “We look forward to having additional Lithium supply source in the future from ILC to meet our growing demand for Lithium element.”

The Critical Materials Investment Symposium is the first series of conferences in the world to bring together the multitude of parties involved in finding solutions to the developing world crisis in the supply shortage of rare earth and strategic metals.

The symposiums bring together:
- Speakers internationally recognized for their expertise and understanding of the supply problems and possible solutions
- Financial institutions and brokerage firms with funds to support companies exploring for metals
- Sophisticated and large stakeholder investors
- End users
- Manufactures in need of supplies
- Industry media

"The developing world supply crisis of critical metals will be met only by the determination and imagination of Canadian mineral exploration companies that will find, over time, and with the assistance of financial organizations and end user manufacturers, mineable deposits of these metals."
~Joe Martin, Chairman, Cambridge House International Inc., The World's Resource Investment Conference Company

06/03/2011 [ACCESSWIRE]
International Lithium Corp. ("ILC" or the "Company") has been invited to present at the Critical Materials Investment Symposium taking place June 3-4, 2011 at the Westin Bayshore, 1601 Bayshore Drive • Vancouver, BC V6G 2V4.

The Critical Materials Investment Symposium is the first series of conferences in the world to bring together the multitude of parties involved in finding solutions to the developing world crisis in the supply shortage of rare earth and strategic metals. The event brings together experts, analysts, financial institutions, sophisticated investors, media, and end users seeking these materials together.

More information about the event can be found at

In addition, ILC will be exhibiting at the World Resource Investment Conference June 5-6, 2011 at the Vancouver Convention Center East, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC. There will be a workshop hosted by ILC in partnership with
Shareholders and investors are invited to visit the ILC booth #512. The event is free to attend for those pre-registered online. Please visit Cambridge House link here for more information


International Lithium Corp. is an international rare metals mineral exploration company possessing an outstanding portfolio of projects, strong management ownership, robust financial support and the acknowledgement of valuation from a prominent lithium product manufacturer.
ILC currently has 9 active rare metals projects, well balanced between lithium brines in Argentina and Nevada and rare metals hard-rock pegmatites in Canada and Ireland. The Company’s primary focus is the Mariana lithium brine project, a salar or ‘salt lake’, covering an expansive 160 km2 and strategically encompassing the entire basin. Mariana is located in the renowned South American ‘Lithium Belt’ centred around the junction of Argentina, Bolivia and Chile that is host to the vast majority of lithium resources, reserves and production in the world. The Mariana lithium brine project ranks as one of the more prospective salars in the region.
Complementing the Company’s lithium brine projects are the developing rare metals pegmatite properties. The key outstanding characteristics shared by all the rare metals’ projects are their underexplored nature, excellent accessibility, under-analyzed rare metals’ history, initial high confidence level that additional exploration will add project value and ultimately the potential to develop the projects to address the global technological growth in demand for the rare metals’ suite of elements.
International Lithium Corp.’s mandate is to increase shareholder value through aggressive advancement of its core projects and source joint venture partners to expand the scope and diversify risk of its exploration effort.

On behalf of the board,

Mike Sieb
President – International Lithium Corp."

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