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Chile Copper Output down 16.7% in February on Strike
Mar 31,2017 10:20CST
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Chilean government said Thursday the country’s copper output in February posted a 16.7% decline on both year-on-year and month-on-month basis to 376,948 tonnes, wenhua.com reported.

SHANGHAI, Mar. 31 (SMM) - Chilean government said Thursday the country’s copper output in February posted a 16.7% decline on both year-on-year and month-on-month basis to 376,948 tonnes, wenhua.com reported.

How Will the Earthquake affect Copper Mines in Chile? SMM Reports

The strike at Escondida copper mine, which is the largest copper mine in the world, affected the country’s copper production most significantly in February. 

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