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Paraguay could have the world’s largest titanium reserve

Friday, November 5th 2010 - 03:25 UTC
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The US explorer who discovered the world’s biggest copper deposit in Chile has staked a claim in Paraguay to what he says may be the largest titanium find, according to a report from Bloomberg. Read full article

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  • Alexei

    Will Argentina object to the of plundering this newly discovered 'Argentine' natural resource? Land and resources so generously granted to the Spanish empire by His Holiness The Pope in Tordesillas in 1494. The natives of these regions, needless to say, were not consulted about the assignment of their homelands to others.

    Incidentally Argentina didn't even exist as a country until more than 300 years later, when these stolen lands were assimilated into the newly created entity of Argentina in 1810.

    “In the Argentine texts, the loss of the Falkland Islands is added to the loss of great territories allegedly forfeited to Chile and Brazil, and to the loss of Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay in their entirety: these countries supposedly should have been ”inherited“ by Argentina from Spain”.

    http://www.argentina-rree.com/documentos/culture_escude.htm

    I suspect these ancient claims are only applied to lands inhabited by 'gringo'... for now.

    Nov 05th, 2010 - 10:20 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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