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Chilean Copper Output Hits 3-Year Low in February on Strike
Apr 14,2017 11:26CST
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Cochilco said Chile’s copper output dropped to the lowest level in three years in February due to strike at copper mines. 

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. 

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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. 

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The 43-day strike at Escondida copper mine significantly reduced copper production in February. 

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