SHANGHAI, Apr. 14 (SMM) – Cochilco said Chile’s copper output dropped to the lowest level in three years in February due to strike at copper mines.
According to latest data from Cochilco, Chilean copper commission, the country produced 370,900 tonnes of copper in February, down 17.1 percent, the lowest monthly output in three years.
The 43-day strike at Escondida copper mine significantly reduced copper production in February.
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