SHANGHAI, May. 2 (SMM) – Chilean government data reported the country’s copper output fell 23.1% year-on-year as the strike at Escondida copper mine affected its output, according to wenhua.com.
Copper production was 378,261 tonnes in March.
The Cochilco lowered its forecast for Chile’s copper production in April to below 5.60 million tonnes in 2017, compared to the 5.79 million tonnes expected previously.
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