SHANGHAI, Nov. 30 (SMM) - Chilean government reported November 29 the country’s copper output dropped 11.1% year-on-year to 445,117 tonnes in October, wenhua.com reported.
The decline in copper output is mainly because a copper processor ceased production due to technical factor.
Lower ore grade at important mines and maintenance are also attributable to the output drop in October, the government said.
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